Major crops are traded on global markets, which means that production failures can have far-reaching impacts. Moreover, climate change is expected to generate heat waves and drought that could cause crop losses in most of the world’s breadbaskets.
Launched initially out of Silicon Valley in 2014 as a farmer-focused, agronomic data aggregation play, in early January of 2016 the company leveraged its acreage network in a spin-off effort — FBN Direct — that at the time sent shock waves through the ag retail industry. Read moreRead More »
The tide of globalism, is, according to economists, a train that has already left the station. The neoliberal consensus, shared by both Republicans and Democrats alike over the past few decades has been that so-called ‘free trade’ is the solution to economic growth in American. But globalism also has its[…]Read More »