U.S. meat and poultry production may drop as much as 5 percent next year, sending beef and pork prices to a record amid climbing feed costs and shrinking herds, according to Rabobank International.
Anyone who expects Apple Inc.’s growth to rebound after sales and earnings shortfalls last quarter is “living in denial,” according to David Nelson, chief strategist at Belpointe Asset Management LLC.
Global pork production is likely to decline into 2013 as high feed costs spur farmers to liquidate herds, Rabobank International said.
David Nelson, the Australian who’s president of Cambridge University Boat Club, says the lack of British oarsmen in his squad for the annual Boat Race against Oxford University isn’t a disadvantage.
Cargill Inc., the largest U.S. beef processor, will idle a Texas processing plant after the size of the cattle herd fell to a 60-year low and drought increased feed costs. Cattle futures dropped.
Apple Inc. asked a U.S. appeals court to reinstate patent-infringement claims it filed against Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit over touch-screen technology used in mobile phones.
On a scorching afternoon in the savanna of eastern Brazil, Wilson Horita is 8 feet above the ground, bouncing on the driver’s seat of the new green-and- yellow tractor parked on his family’s farm.
The agricultural price rally of 2008 unleashed riots in more than 30 countries and forced companies into bankruptcy. It lasted five months.
In a year of record agricultural earnings in the U.S., Steve Ruh spent a chunk of his income to build what’s become an increasingly common sight at farms across the Midwest -- grain storage bins.
"While the individual cells are discreet and easy to integrate, they require cabling and additional elements that need to be carefully incorporated."
- David Nelson on Jul 22, 2013