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The profitability of horticulture creates a price differential in the price of land, between the Metropolitan and Los Ríos regions in Chile

If agricultural land is considered on its own in Chile- without any projections to urbanize it for housing or tourism – it is estimated that land prices range from USD 6,000 to USD 60,000 per hectare, with the Metropolitan Region having the highest values. Today’s horticulture investments seem to be more profitable in the areas of Linares, Longaví and Parral, areas that have better prices, and in addition to that they usually have better access to water and have had a climate that promotes…

Chilean agriculture is expected to become part of the 10 largest food exporters in the world by 2020

Agriculture in Chile is a strategically important sector. The objective is to make Chile part of the 10 largest food exporters in the world by 2020. At the moment Chile is round about No: 20. From the beginning of this century food export increased by an average of 12% annually. Further processing and surplus values are central in the policy. Primary production is only a small part of the gross national product. Because of the closed-in position of the country sanitary provisions are second to none and these…

Jim Rogers: Agriculture in my view is one of the best places to be in the Next 30 Years

Agriculture in my view is one of the best places to be in the Next 30 Years , I mean all these people getting MBAs are making (imperative?) mistake , they should get farming degrees …agriculture has been a disaster for the last thirty years , I think that the agricultural products are going to be one of the best investments over the next several years I think farming , agriculture is going to be one of the best industries in the world as i said all the people that have gotten MBBs have made a mistake…

Chile promotes renewable energy investment for agriculture

Chile is taking advantage of its outstanding natural resources (wind, hydro, biomass and geothermal) for renewable generation and the Chilean government is actively promoting NCRE development by supporting private initiatives. Last week the Chilean vice agriculture minister Alvaro Cruzat announced that Chile will develop non-conventional renewable energy for agriculture to sharpen the competitiveness of its forest-agriculture-livestock products. The initiative will be promoted with clear rules to facilitate…
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