Global Farming

Slow global economic growth will result in depressed demand, especially in developed economies.
Long-range strategic workshops have become fashionable in government. Commercial farmers simply want the government to play its proper role today!
Here are 5 questions you should ask yourself regularly to ensure that your farming operation remains viable and sustainable.
Agriculture is a riskier business than ever, yet there are still a number of ways for farmers to protect their wealth.
The recent BFAP Agricultural Baseline presentation once again provided the agriculture sector with a body of highly useful information.
…but government needs to create an enabling environment for South Africa’s commercial farmers.
Remarkable opportunities have opened up for South African farmers and agribusinesses in the steadily growing sub-Saharan markets.
As more than one local economist has noted, Britain’s exit from the EU is unlikely to have a major impact on SA agriculture, good or bad.
Beware of the technology trap! New equipment may help, but not if you’re overspending on it to the detriment of other more affordable methods of boosting profits.
There is no consensus among economists about how farmers will be affected if the rand continues to devalue.
Farmers live and work under highly stressful conditions and need to safeguard their most precious resource – themselves.
Farmers are frequently invited to spend money on high-return investments. Here are the warning signs that you might be getting into trouble.

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