May 11, 2011
While the research is some of the first to confirm that global warming affects crop levels, some agricultural-related investment vehicles have already been twigging to the theme.
This is “one of the reasons why when we looked around the world at agricultural investing, we just thought Canada is where you have got to be, and we’re seeing more and more people reach that conclusion,” said Tom Eisenhauer, president of Bonnefield Financial, a firm that invests in farmland.
Mr. Eisenhauer says most warming is likely to occur at latitudes to the south of Canada’s prime agricultural lands.
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