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State of the IndustryA Renewed Urge To Merge
May 1, 2012
Ask anyone who regularly follows the agricultural market and chances are they will tell you the same thing — this Read More
State of the IndustryTaking Down Spray Drift
May 1, 2012
While it’s been a bane of crop protection for decades, off-target spray may finally be meeting its match. Advances in Read More
State of the IndustryShifting Market Dynamics To Fuel Global Fertilizer Demand
March 27, 2012
World demand for fertilizers reached 375 million metric tons in 2010. Suppliers around the world witnessed a pronounced recovery from Read More
State of the IndustryDissecting Agriculture 3.0
March 9, 2012
As part of CropLife Media Group’s ongoing State of the Industry coverage, MacroGain Managing Principal Jim Budzynski recently presented a Read More
State of the IndustryEmployee Management: 6 Steps To Achieve Knowledge Transfer
March 1, 2012
The Ag1Source consultants spend much of their winter at Ag Industry tradeshows and conferences. Every year, there is at least Read More
State of the IndustryEmployee Training: The Power Of Facilitating Learning
March 1, 2012
Say the words safety training and sooner or later what you’ll hear next is a comparison equivalent to watching paint Read More
State of the IndustryEthanol Uncertainty
March 1, 2012
Q. What happened with the elimination of some ethanol subsidies at the end of 2011? Rick Kment: What we saw Read More
State of the Industry5 Seed Trends To Watch In 2012
January 24, 2012
From the complexity of choosing biotech seed, to grower planting intentions, we identify five key trends impacting seed market share Read More
State of the IndustryCHS: Weathering Market Shifts
January 23, 2012
While dealers have enjoyed two years of strong bottom lines, the cyclical nature of the ag economy demands companies prepare Read More
State of the Industry3 Key Equipment Trends Driving Ag Retail’s Top 100
January 3, 2012
Our annual CropLife 100 survey reveals the major trends with self-propelled sprayers, from retailer market share and buying intentions, to Read More
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Editors Paul Schrimpf and Eric Sfiligoj discuss this week’s mega-ag mergers of Bayer and Monsanto and Potash and Agrium. Read More
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History will say Bayer got a bargain in its $66 billion purchase of Monsanto, writes David Nicklaus, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The Read More
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Via NY Times: Don Halcomb, a 63-year-old farmer in Adairville, KY, is expecting his profit to vanish this year, largely Read More
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During the whole of 2016, many of the companies that do business in the agricultural industry have concluded the best Read More
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Mega mergers have become almost routine in the agricultural industry. Right on the heels of Monday’s news that fertilizer giants Potash Read More