Farmers' woes hit Genus

Last year's erratic weather patterns meant a combination of rising grain prices and unworkable land, which hit the farming sector hard. This proved bad news for animal DNA company Genus (GNS) - it suffered a largely flat performance, as many of its most important bovine and porcine customers in the US and Latin America delayed expansion plans in the first quarter to see if the situation would stabilise.

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