Ceres, the Thousand Oaks-based energy crop firm, has delayed its initial public offering again. It also said Friday that its existing investors might buy as many as a fifth of the shares slated to hit the market and that a drought in Brazil could hurt it sweet sorghum yields. The pushed back its planned initial Read More →
Thousand Oaks-based energy crop maker Ceres has drastically lowered expectations for its initial public offering and delayed it for a week, according to regulatory filings and investment banking sources. The company was set to raise as much as $132 million on the Nasdaq when shares hit the markets under the name CERE on Feb. 9. Read More →
Houweling’s Tomatoes in Camarillo and Windset Farms in Santa Maria view Mexican farmers as their biggest competition.
Ceres plans to go public on Feb. 9, raising as much as $132 million on the Nasdaq under the symbol CERE.
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Kitson Landscape Management is trying out a new solar pump that could be a game-changer for the agricultural industry.
Large Central Coast winemakers are benefiting from the global trend of selling wine in bulk rather than bottles. Over the last two decades, bulk wine — wine that’s not yet packaged for retail sale — has become a major player in the wine-selling game. Bulk wine used to make up 25 percent of the product Read More →