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  • Citizens Weekly Newsletter January 11, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jan 11, 2019  

    This Week in Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: January 11, 2019· This week was loaded with lots of news stories with no real direction. Traders spent much of their time focusing on Brazilian weather, Chinese trade negotiations and the non-existent USDA report. · The government shutdown was most obvious this week with the absence of the major USDA report scheduled for Friday. The January report is always a major factor in market moves as it gives us insight into final production numbers and total stocks as of December 1st. Without the updated numbers direction will likely remain lacking as traders are unsure of whether or not a surprise will be hidden in these numbers when they are released...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter September 14, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Sep 14, 2018  

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: September 14, 2018· Updated USDA numbers, continued trade negotiations, African Swine Fever and a hurricane captured most of the market headlines this week... · Even in the face of a more than burdensome USDA outlook the soybean market was actually able to hold on to some slight gains into the close on Wednesday as news broke that the US and China would sit down for another round of high level trade talks... This of course would be positive news for the market and will be watched very closely in the days and weeks ahead. · News also broke late week that Canada is prepared to compromise when it comes to dairy imports from the US—one of the major sticking points in NAFTA negotiations. Many traders met this news with excitement; however late Thursday Mexican officials said they are prepared to move forward bilaterally making many wonder if we were still light years away from a Canadian solution...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 5, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 5, 2018  

    · A new NAFTA, heavy rainfall wreaking havoc across much of the Corn Belt, solid exports for 2 out of 3 majors and ethanol margin struggles were the topics most heavily discussed by traders this week. · Late Sunday news broke that an agreement had been reached by the US, Mexico and Canada to salvage the once tri-lateral North American Free Trade Agreement. The newly dubbed USMCA (US, Mexico, Canada agreement) kept much of the former agreements language but with a few new clauses attached for better market facilitation. One particular change captured a good share of attention from members of the US dairy industry as it works to unravel the class 7 dairy class introduced by Canada early last year. · The class 7 dairy class covered skim milk powder and other milk proteins...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 19, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 19, 2018  

    · Calling this week’s trade a ‘roller coaster ride’ would likely be putting it mildly as traders and farmers work to recover from price whiplash. A trio of what could be viewed as bullish news stories for soybeans stoked by some interesting trade rumors created a great start to the week before the realization not much has actually changed from a fundamental perspective sent us back to around levels seen at last Friday’s close. · The week started with residual excitement from last week’s idea that trade discussions would take place at next month’s G20 summit between President Trump and Chinese President Xi... Somehow this exciting news became even more exciting when a rumor of major Chinese purchases being inked rippled throughout the trade... · In other news harvest pace was allowed to pick back up mid-week with a good amount of progress being made until some light rains fell across portions of the Corn Belt Friday...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter February 15, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Feb 15, 2019  

    · Much of this week was spent focusing on China trade talks while we worked to get caught up on data after the government shutdown, and digest what last week’s report information could mean long-term. · Last Friday’s information was relatively absent of surprises. While corn yield and overall production came in a bit lower than anticipated the reduction in usage kept overall carryout in line with trader expectations ahead of the report. What was most interesting was the by-state breakdown in stocks both on and off the farm as those numbers will likely have implication in cash values paid in the coming months... Early on in the week many news groups reported the White House would be open to extending the March 1st deadline put in place several months ago...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter December 14, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Dec 14, 2018  

    Excitement continued to build into Wednesday as additional news reports indicated $180 million worth of sales had been finalized, with subsequent reports indicating even more buying throughout the day... Unfortunately, as is usually the case, reality didn’t quite match expectations and the board failed to rally on the news. · While many were confused as to why the news of Chinese purchases were not immediately bullish to the market, it is important to remember a couple things... Many of the folks that were interested in buying that news already had prior to any type of confirmation... · In other Chinese news, soy processors there are losing nearly $50/tonne...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 22, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jun 22, 2018  

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 22, 2018· Another volatile week as traders work to decipher what a continued trade war could mean for commodities going forward and the old adage “rain makes grain” is put to the test. When the closing bell rang for the week we saw December corn down nearly 5 cents, December wheat down 12 and November soybeans down 14. · The week started relatively weak as heat that had built throughout the bulk of the Corn Belt over the weekend was expected to give way to cooler temperatures coupled with extreme moisture in areas of the Belt that had seen beneficial rainfall the week before. With corn ratings nationally sitting at 78% good to excellent—a near record high and bean ratings at 73% the common idea was rain would continue to benefit production... · Talk of a much anticipated ethanol solution hit newswires this week as well...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter December 7, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Dec 7, 2018  

    This Week in Agriculture:The Trade Truce Edition: December 7, 2018· The much anticipated meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi did not fail to produce excitement upon its conclusion. Newswires lit up late Saturday and into Sunday with emerging details, the most important of which was the initial agreement to give a 90 day negotiation period, during which no additional tariffs would take place. This includes a freeze on the expected increase in tariffs on 200 billion worth of goods from 10% currently in place to 25% slated for January 1st... · Early news reports seem to indicate the arrest had just taken place and was fresh news, roiling the markets, but as details began to emerge, we discovered that the arrest was not in fact as recent as first indicated and had actually happened on December 1st, the day of the Trump/Xi meeting... · At the same time it will be interesting to see if the USDA makes any adjustments to Chinese demand in light of recent news, as a Shanghai based market intelligence firm indicated China soy imports could come in 10 million metric tonne higher than current USDA projections...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 1, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jun 1, 2018  

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 1, 2018· A strong open on Monday night’s trade was quickly erased on Tuesday as this week’s holiday shortened trading session began to focus on crop conditions, wetter weather outlooks and geo-political headaches. As the dust settled at Friday’s close we saw corn down 15, beans were down 17 with wheat down 20... · In other geo-political news we saw concerns over Italy hit the market hard to start the week as a government shake up and uncertainty over the country’s political future prompted a sharp selloff in outside markets. News anti-establishment political groups had come to an agreement Thursday allowing the government to move forward prompted a global sigh of relief... · In ag news we saw Bayer win US antitrust approval for its planned takeover of Monsanto on the condition it sells 9 billion dollars worth of assets...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter September 21, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Sep 21, 2018  

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: September 21, 2018· An interesting week of trade as it appears most of the bearishness that came from last week’s USDA updated supply and demand numbers has moved to the sidelines. Potential changes to Chinese trade policy across the board, ideas of soybean arbitrage on a global scale and talk of inflationary pressure were seen as mostly price supportive, or at the very least the desire to move to new lows has dissipated for now. · It is interesting to see a shift in Chinese attitude or at the very least an attempt to change how they are viewed by their trading partners... · Obviously with the drought Argentina experienced the fact they are buying US beans is not news, however the idea we could see arbitrage take place with China knowingly purchasing US soys through an intermediary could indicate talk a couple weeks ago that suppliers would rather ‘run out of beans’ than purchase US supplies was simply smoke and mirrors... · In other trade news it appears as though the United States and Mexico will move forward with their bilateral trade agreement...

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  • Denise Schwab United States, IA, Belle Plaine

    Business Title: ISU Extension
    Job Title: Farmer, Landowner, Extension Agent Or University Employee
    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Beef, Feed, Grass-Fed Livestock, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, News, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Operating a Farm, Cover Crops, NRCS, Horses

    Sam Baker United States, AZ, Tucson

    Business Title: Farm Flight
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, CEO
    About: Hi! I am a partner at Farm Flight LLC. Our goal as a company is to make high-resolution and consistent imagery available to anyone who wants it. With the use of drones, we are able to highlight and quantify important data points at affordable and consistent rates, saving you time and money.
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness, Apps, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, News, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Farm Management, Farmland and Real Estate, Human Resources, Operating a Farm, Succession Planning, Taxes, Projects, Purchasing, Repair, Shops, Tools, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, NRCS, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Fishing, Homesteading, Horses, Hunting, Timber, Tobacco

    Busey FM United States, IL, Decatur

    Business Title: Busey Ag Services
    Job Title: Farm Manager or Employee
    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Agribusiness, Farm Management, Farmland and Real Estate

    Pramod Pramod United States, CA, San Diego

    Job Title: Farmer
    Interests: Apps, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Beef, Dairy, Grass-Fed Livestock, Feed, Poultry

    Christin Munnerlyn United States, AR, Carlisle

    Job Title: Precision Agriculture Specialist, Other Ag Professional
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Wheat, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Marketing, News

  • AgTech News By Agroop

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    News, articles and opinion pieces on AgTech.
    Interest: Precision Agriculture

    Cotton News

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    A group dedicated to all things cotton!
    Interest: Cotton, Precision Agriculture, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Organic Citrus

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    We are interested in gathering experiences, solutions and history of organic methods in citrus production. As well as record and document unique policy and market access hurdles organic citrus growers face in each different region of the world.
    Interest: Organic Row Crops, Crop Protection, Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Apps, Precision Agriculture, Telemetry, Ag Commentary, Marketing, News, Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Farm Management, Farmland and Real Estate, Operating a Farm, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Homesteading

    AgNet West Radio Network

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    California and Arizona real farm radio, providing current, relevant, and interesting agriculture news. We are proud to serve the agriculture community. AgNet West is based in California.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture

    AgFunder

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    A digitally native foodtech and agtech venture capital firm with an active media arm in AgFunderNews.com
    Interest: Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Ag Talk With The Ag Doc

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    All things agronomy! Get the latest news, research, and interviews with leaders in the world of agriculture. Hosted by Dr. Curtis Livesay, CCA, of Dynamite Ag.
    Interest: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Agribusiness

    AgTech

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    The latest news on the innovative technology in the agricultural industry
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness

  • Citizens Weekly Newsletter January 11, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jan 11, 2019  

    This Week in Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: January 11, 2019· This week was loaded with lots of news stories with no real direction. Traders spent much of their time focusing on Brazilian weather, Chinese trade negotiations and the non-existent USDA report. · The government shutdown was most obvious this week with the absence of the major USDA report scheduled for Friday. The January report is always a major factor in market moves as it gives us insight into final production numbers and total stocks as of December 1st. Without the updated numbers direction will likely remain lacking as traders are unsure of whether or not a surprise will be hidden in these numbers when they are released...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter September 14, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Sep 14, 2018  

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: September 14, 2018· Updated USDA numbers, continued trade negotiations, African Swine Fever and a hurricane captured most of the market headlines this week... · Even in the face of a more than burdensome USDA outlook the soybean market was actually able to hold on to some slight gains into the close on Wednesday as news broke that the US and China would sit down for another round of high level trade talks... This of course would be positive news for the market and will be watched very closely in the days and weeks ahead. · News also broke late week that Canada is prepared to compromise when it comes to dairy imports from the US—one of the major sticking points in NAFTA negotiations. Many traders met this news with excitement; however late Thursday Mexican officials said they are prepared to move forward bilaterally making many wonder if we were still light years away from a Canadian solution...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 5, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 5, 2018  

    · A new NAFTA, heavy rainfall wreaking havoc across much of the Corn Belt, solid exports for 2 out of 3 majors and ethanol margin struggles were the topics most heavily discussed by traders this week. · Late Sunday news broke that an agreement had been reached by the US, Mexico and Canada to salvage the once tri-lateral North American Free Trade Agreement. The newly dubbed USMCA (US, Mexico, Canada agreement) kept much of the former agreements language but with a few new clauses attached for better market facilitation. One particular change captured a good share of attention from members of the US dairy industry as it works to unravel the class 7 dairy class introduced by Canada early last year. · The class 7 dairy class covered skim milk powder and other milk proteins...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter October 19, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Oct 19, 2018  

    · Calling this week’s trade a ‘roller coaster ride’ would likely be putting it mildly as traders and farmers work to recover from price whiplash. A trio of what could be viewed as bullish news stories for soybeans stoked by some interesting trade rumors created a great start to the week before the realization not much has actually changed from a fundamental perspective sent us back to around levels seen at last Friday’s close. · The week started with residual excitement from last week’s idea that trade discussions would take place at next month’s G20 summit between President Trump and Chinese President Xi... Somehow this exciting news became even more exciting when a rumor of major Chinese purchases being inked rippled throughout the trade... · In other news harvest pace was allowed to pick back up mid-week with a good amount of progress being made until some light rains fell across portions of the Corn Belt Friday...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter February 15, 2019

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Feb 15, 2019  

    · Much of this week was spent focusing on China trade talks while we worked to get caught up on data after the government shutdown, and digest what last week’s report information could mean long-term. · Last Friday’s information was relatively absent of surprises. While corn yield and overall production came in a bit lower than anticipated the reduction in usage kept overall carryout in line with trader expectations ahead of the report. What was most interesting was the by-state breakdown in stocks both on and off the farm as those numbers will likely have implication in cash values paid in the coming months... Early on in the week many news groups reported the White House would be open to extending the March 1st deadline put in place several months ago...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter December 14, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Dec 14, 2018  

    Excitement continued to build into Wednesday as additional news reports indicated $180 million worth of sales had been finalized, with subsequent reports indicating even more buying throughout the day... Unfortunately, as is usually the case, reality didn’t quite match expectations and the board failed to rally on the news. · While many were confused as to why the news of Chinese purchases were not immediately bullish to the market, it is important to remember a couple things... Many of the folks that were interested in buying that news already had prior to any type of confirmation... · In other Chinese news, soy processors there are losing nearly $50/tonne...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 22, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jun 22, 2018  

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 22, 2018· Another volatile week as traders work to decipher what a continued trade war could mean for commodities going forward and the old adage “rain makes grain” is put to the test. When the closing bell rang for the week we saw December corn down nearly 5 cents, December wheat down 12 and November soybeans down 14. · The week started relatively weak as heat that had built throughout the bulk of the Corn Belt over the weekend was expected to give way to cooler temperatures coupled with extreme moisture in areas of the Belt that had seen beneficial rainfall the week before. With corn ratings nationally sitting at 78% good to excellent—a near record high and bean ratings at 73% the common idea was rain would continue to benefit production... · Talk of a much anticipated ethanol solution hit newswires this week as well...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter December 7, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Dec 7, 2018  

    This Week in Agriculture:The Trade Truce Edition: December 7, 2018· The much anticipated meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi did not fail to produce excitement upon its conclusion. Newswires lit up late Saturday and into Sunday with emerging details, the most important of which was the initial agreement to give a 90 day negotiation period, during which no additional tariffs would take place. This includes a freeze on the expected increase in tariffs on 200 billion worth of goods from 10% currently in place to 25% slated for January 1st... · Early news reports seem to indicate the arrest had just taken place and was fresh news, roiling the markets, but as details began to emerge, we discovered that the arrest was not in fact as recent as first indicated and had actually happened on December 1st, the day of the Trump/Xi meeting... · At the same time it will be interesting to see if the USDA makes any adjustments to Chinese demand in light of recent news, as a Shanghai based market intelligence firm indicated China soy imports could come in 10 million metric tonne higher than current USDA projections...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter June 1, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Jun 1, 2018  

    This Week In Agriculture:A Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: June 1, 2018· A strong open on Monday night’s trade was quickly erased on Tuesday as this week’s holiday shortened trading session began to focus on crop conditions, wetter weather outlooks and geo-political headaches. As the dust settled at Friday’s close we saw corn down 15, beans were down 17 with wheat down 20... · In other geo-political news we saw concerns over Italy hit the market hard to start the week as a government shake up and uncertainty over the country’s political future prompted a sharp selloff in outside markets. News anti-establishment political groups had come to an agreement Thursday allowing the government to move forward prompted a global sigh of relief... · In ag news we saw Bayer win US antitrust approval for its planned takeover of Monsanto on the condition it sells 9 billion dollars worth of assets...

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    Citizens Weekly Newsletter September 21, 2018

    By Angie Setzer

    Published Sep 21, 2018  

    This Week in AgricultureA Mixed Bag of Information from the Week that Was: September 21, 2018· An interesting week of trade as it appears most of the bearishness that came from last week’s USDA updated supply and demand numbers has moved to the sidelines. Potential changes to Chinese trade policy across the board, ideas of soybean arbitrage on a global scale and talk of inflationary pressure were seen as mostly price supportive, or at the very least the desire to move to new lows has dissipated for now. · It is interesting to see a shift in Chinese attitude or at the very least an attempt to change how they are viewed by their trading partners... · Obviously with the drought Argentina experienced the fact they are buying US beans is not news, however the idea we could see arbitrage take place with China knowingly purchasing US soys through an intermediary could indicate talk a couple weeks ago that suppliers would rather ‘run out of beans’ than purchase US supplies was simply smoke and mirrors... · In other trade news it appears as though the United States and Mexico will move forward with their bilateral trade agreement...

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  • https://agfundernews.com/afn-top-20-news-stories-of-2020.html 
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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Nov 19, 2020  

    Thanks to AgWired for mentioning us! "Created as a free platform exclusively for farmers and other agricultural professionals, AgFuse has introduced major new features including AgAnswers and The Leaderboard to help community members share information and build solid networks."

    http://agwired.com/2020/11/13/industry-ag-news-11-13

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    Posted By Ag Policy
    Oct 7, 2020  

    https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/news/article/2020/10/07/20-states-industry-groups-join-12

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    Posted By Ag Policy
    Oct 6, 2020  

    https://www.agriculture.com/news/business/perdue-tempers-optimism-on-phase-one-ag-sales-to-china

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    Posted By Cotton News
    Oct 6, 2020  

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/industry-news-2/industry-news-october-2020/

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    Posted By Wheat Producers
    Sep 25, 2020  

    https://www.agriculture.com/markets/newswire/us-wheat-futures-mostly-higher-on-short-covering

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    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Jan 12  

    Co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates and wife Melinda Gates has amassed a fair amount of farmland across the U.S.  Check out this article from The Land Report with details.

    https://landreport.com/2021/01/bill-gates-americas-top-farmland-owner/

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    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Nov 24, 2020  

    Check out Americas Largest Landowners -
    https://landreport.com/americas-100-largest-landowners/

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    Posted By Ag Policy
    Nov 20, 2020  

    https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/columns/washington-insider/article/2020/11/20/stimulus-fights-intensify

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    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Nov 13, 2020  

    Catch "This Week In Agribusiness" 
    https://www.farmprogress.com/farm-life/week-agribusiness-nov-7-2020
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