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Michigan’s farmers and food processors are closely watching how talks of trade wars and retaliatory tariffs could affect the nearly $2.7 billion in exports they send to other countries.

Published in Agribiz

Farmers’ increasing use of credit to finance operations has left some operators financially exposed during a volatile period for the industry.

Published in Agribiz

When urban farming entered the mainstream thinking of community and economic developers, many prospective farmers envisioned a quick payday selling their products to high-end restaurants and other retailers. 

Published in Agribiz

Michigan’s largest agricultural lender views a $25,000 sponsorship and in-kind support pledged to Ottawa County’s Great Lakes Ag-Tech Incubator as a key part of its business.

Published in Finance

As with other sectors of the commercial real estate market, the increased activity for many types of agricultural land right now stems from the historically low interest rates buyers can access. But with continued volatility in cash crops and in parts of the agricultural market, investors are taking an overall cautious approach to seeking out transactions.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

A Manistee-based farm and winery wants to cash in some of its prime real estate and use the proceeds to fund its expansion and help meet the growing demand for Michigan-made ciders and wines.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

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