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Ag Growth International Inc T.AFN

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Farm & Construction Equipment
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.AFN.DB | AGGZF

Ag Growth International Inc is a manufacturer of portable and stationary grain handling, storage and conditioning equipment. It offers augers, belt conveyors, storage bins, handling accessories and aeration equipment.
Price: $51.35 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.02%
Volume: 43,877 | Day High/Low: 51.70/51.35 | 52 Week High/Low: 51.74/39.16
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Big acquisition today

Any thoughts out there on today's acquisition? At first glance, am very much liking the additional geographic diversity this brings to the company. (Anecdotally, I see a lot more Westeel bins more
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How much of its business comes from Eastern Europe? I think the price is over reacting.  rate and reply
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Looks OK but

The payout ratio is wonky. There was a bumper wheat crop last year that still needs to be stored and handled because there aren't enough rail cars to handle the volume.  rate and reply
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Michael Deckter Says "Buy," Then Others Bail

oops, profit-taking kicking in, that party lasted about 36 hours.  rate and reply
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That was quite a jump late in the day........any news?  rate and reply

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