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Lon Swanson, Wells Fargo Sector Manager, Crop Inputs and Feed
Chris Eggerman, Wells Fargo Sector Analyst, Crop Inputs and Feed (Research Contributor)

My golf game would be considered poor at best, although once in a while I get lucky and hit a phenomenal shot. In charity golf events, a scramble format is normally incorporated, so that each player on the team plays from the best shot, thereby allowing the strength of each player to lower the overall team score. In effect, with this format, you are maximizing the available resources.

 

Michael Swanson blog: Rates of change rule: In the long term

Michael_SwansonMichael Swanson, Ph.D., Wells Fargo Chief Agricultural Economist

In an odd sense, soybean farmers should feel honored that they are being targeted by the Chinese in retaliation for the tariff dispute with China. Why is this? Soybeans represent one of the only identifiable products and sectors that the Chinese can target. Soybeans accounted for 50%, or more, of the agricultural exports to China annually.

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Food Matters blog: A ‘fresh’ look at indoor AgTech

Ken ZuckerbergKenneth Scott Zuckerberg, AIF® AFA®, Wells Fargo Sector Manager, Agrifood Technology and Packaged Foods

Indoor production of fresh fruits and vegetables leveraging aeroponic and hydroponic growing techniques has gained meaningful investor momentum in recent years. The simplistic bull case for sector investment is that indoor farming operations provide direct exposure to a growing consumer demand for healthy, local, farm-fresh produce.

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Wells Fargo industry update

Industry Analysis

Review a comprehensive monthly update from the Wells Fargo Food and Agribusiness Industry Advisor team covering supply and demand drivers up and down the food value chain — from crop inputs to the grocery aisle.

 

 

Washington update

Washington update

Review a summary of monthly Federal Government activities and their potential impact on the Food and Agribusiness industry.