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We are a non-profit online community of visionary, dedicated and passionate farmers who have come together to encourage, share and assist one another with valuable Production Information and Technology regarding the best agricultural practices and trends across the world. Our primary goal is to Promote Sustainable Agriculture as a viable tool to Food Security across the world.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations – from soybeans, corn and cotton to sugar and ethanol, beef, fertilizers and orange juice.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
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Given how tight the global grain, oilseed, and cotton markets are, the USDA’s first forecasts for 2022/23 – published in the WASDE report late last week – were even more eagerly anticipated than usual. Dennis Voznesenski catches up with Cheryl Kalisch Gordon to go through the key headlines and discuss what the forecasts might mean for pricing.…
 
Subtropical gardeners in Australia suffer greatly from our mostly European cultural heritage. Those in the tropics at least can’t delude themselves that all the lovely pictures and techniques in the glossy gardening books are worth trying. Instead many of us go through a drawn out process of trying and failing to bring those temperate ideals to lif…
 
Australia’s beef recovery is underway, but limitations in the supply chain will hinder the recovery from reaching its full potential. Dennis Voznesenski talks with Angus Gidley-Baird about this and all other things beef from the 2022 Rabobank Beef Seasonal Outlook.
 
Technical companies offer services to a couple of industries; however, they pertain to the research, improvement, and distribution of era-primarily based total goods at their core. This consists of organizations that manufacture electronics (like Apple), create software (like Salesforce), offer offerings regarding the data era (like Google), and mo…
 
Chocolate is among the most popular flavors in the world. It is used almost second to vanilla flavor. As a result, cocoa powder is a popular ingredient in numerous food products. The demand for cocoa is expected to increase more in the coming year. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2022/05/04/innovations…
 
There has been a significant surge in the adoption of organic honey among consumers all over the globe, owing to rising concerns about the chemical-based honey products. More and more people around the world have become concerned about their health, especially after the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, consumers these days are inclined toward c…
 
In 2011, US cow liquidation resulted in a shortage of US beef, pushing lean trimmings prices to record levels and, as a result, lifting Australian cattle prices in 2014 despite drought conditions. Angus Gidley-Baird speaks with US analyst Don Close about whether we are about to experience the same thing.…
 
What’s the impact of the strict lockdown wave moving across China on logistics, grain markets, dairy, and livestock? Join General Manager of RaboResearch in Australia & New Zealand, Stefan Vogel, and Dennis Voznesenski, Agricultural Analyst, as they delve into the details.
 
Colic is defined as any abdominal pain although horse owners typically refer to colic as problems with the gastro-intestinal tract. The causes of colic are numerous, but generally they are related to the anatomy and the microflora of the horse's gastrointestinal tract. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.…
 
Is the wool industry shifting away from China? Who’s doing better: Australia or New Zealand? Are there storm clouds brewing on the horizon for prices? Join Dennis Voznesenski in Sydney and Genevieve Steven in Christchurch to discuss the Australian and New Zealand wool markets. Follow Dennis and Genevieve on Twitter @Voz_Dennis and @gevesteven…
 
Cotton prices around the globe are trading at 11-year highs. Even logistics issues are not deterring physical prices from reaching highs, but how long will they be this way? Cheryl Kalisch Gordon joins Wes Lefroy to share her thoughts on what will soften cotton prices and when.
 
Global fertiliser prices have bounced again, and this time it’s not just farmers who are worried. Consumers too are starting to wonder what will this mean for food prices and availability. Senior Commodities Analyst Cheryl Kalisch Gordon is joined by Wes Lefroy, Senior Farm Inputs Analyst, to examine the relationship between fertiliser prices, crop…
 
In global trade, Russia is a large importer of fresh produce. To look at the direct and indirect impacts of the conflict in Europe on the sector and address the question of whether Australia’s horticulture sector should be concerned, Michael Harvey enlists the expertise of Cindy van Rijswick, Rabobank's Global Strategist – Fresh Produce.…
 
We recently had the opportunity to attend the National Agriculture in the Classroom conference, this year held in Portland, Maine. While there we learned about all of the unique agriculture that Maine has to offer including blueberries, potatoes, and… aquaculture! This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2…
 
The war in Ukraine has taken center stage as a key market factor, but there are several other key trends to watch. That’s what Jan Lambregts, Rabobank's London-based Head of Global Economics & Markets Research, discusses with Stefan Vogel, General Manager RaboResearch Australia & New Zealand, during his visiting expert tour to Australia.…
 
What are livestock and grain farmers most interested in at the moment? Senior RaboResearch Analysts Angus Gidley-Baird and Cheryl Kalisch Gordon share the big questions from the floor of Rabobank's recent RaboTruck client events held in central NSW.
 
Milk is an essential component of the Western and, increasingly, global diets. The average person in an industrialized country – mainly in Europe and the United States – eats more than 200 kg of milk per year, according to the World Health Organization. Latin Americans and Asians eat approximately the same quantity of milk, but their demand for dai…
 
After a pandemic-driven rollercoaster ride over the past two years has Australia’s domestic food market found a new normal? Or, are there some twist and turns to come? Michael Harvey and Wes Lefroy discuss this as we mark the two-year anniversary of Covid disorder.
 
Over the past few years, hard seltzer, also known as seltzer water or sparkling water, has gained a significant popularity around the world as a refreshing and healthy alternative to soda. It has become a staple beverage choice among younger consumer base for after-work relaxation, special celebrations, and hot summer days. The innovative packaging…
 
While global urea prices were starting to show some respite, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine quickly sent prices upward once again. Cheryl Kalisch Gordon is joined by Wes Lefroy to dissect the market and discuss the implications this war holds for Australian farmers looking to purchase urea ahead of the winter.…
 
In the last few years, the adoption of advanced technologies and digitization has increased speedily in various sectors. The Healthcare sector is one of the major industries which have rapidly embraced emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and others. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.w…
 
The very best goats can produce and raise four babies per year. This will only be achieved by other management factors being right. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2022/03/03/lets-talk-goats-general-management/
 
In the recent few years, the foodservice industry has made various technological advancements in order to expand the business worldwide. Cloud kitchen, also known as virtual kitchen or ghost kitchen, is one of the major technological advancements that has emerged to fulfil the growing demand of consumers for convenient food products across the regi…
 
A healthy and balanced diet, along with physical activity, stress management, and proper sleep are vital to keep the immune system strong. Immunity boosting food provides necessary nutrition to boost immune system and improve the gut health of the human body. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2022/0…
 
All eyes are on the farmer to help reduce emissions. But what’s in it for the farmer? That’s what Stefan Vogel, General Manager – RaboResearch Australia & New Zealand, discusses with Agricultural Analyst Dennis Voznesenski in the second half of this two-episode podcast.
 
This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2022/02/25/new-product-launches-approvals-and-acquisitions-to-expand-pain-management-devices-portfolio-worldwide/
 
Digital transformation is taking place across the world in almost every field and the agriculture sector is no exception. Smart agriculture practices are making their way as farmers look for ways to optimize yield, utilize less resources, and improve profitability. In addition, environmental concerns are on the rise and they impact the agriculture …
 
All eyes are on the farmer to help reduce emissions. But what’s in it for the farmer? That’s what Stefan Vogel, General Manager – RaboResearch Australia & New Zealand, discusses with Agricultural Analyst Dennis Voznesenski.
 
In October 1914 the world lost all access to Black Sea wheat exports. What happened? Prices rose… a lot. What are the similarities and differences between then and now? Join Agricultural Analyst Dennis Voznesenski and Senior Commodities Analyst Cheryl Kalisch Gordon as they help you navigate the Black Sea crisis.…
 
Canned foods are the easiest way to grab a quick meal in today’s fast-paced life. It not only saves time compared to baking or grilling dinner but it also offers required nutrients for a healthy lifestyle. Over the last few years, the demand for packaged food and canned food has skyrocketed. What’s more, fish is among the most sought-after canned f…
 
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