Are beer prices about to get fizzy?
Malting barley premiums in Europe, at their highest in nearly five years, look set to stay elevated thanks to the poor harvest, which looks to cut the bloc's pre-eminence as an exporter of the grain, besides in wheat.
Investors betting on a record U.S. corn crop are about to get a closer look at yields -- and they may not like what they see.
US farm prices are still in the doldrums, as the Goss farmland index languishes below growth-neutral, for the 33rd straight month.
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