Date : 30th Jul 2020
Corn and soybean yield prospects appeared to be very strong as crops headed into their reproductive stages. Wheat harvesting is well along with moderately favorable prospects for yields. Cotton production is about average. All crops are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Global supplies are abundant. China is buying US agricultural products under the Phase One trade agreement. We lay out our latest supply/demand forecasts and views for planted acres out to 2024/25.Download
Date : 23rd Apr 2020
In this issue, COVID-19 has affected the crop outlooks for the coming planting season for corn, soybeans and cotton. The global pandemic is affecting wheat the least; however, the looming recession and possible depression have producers changing their minds on planting decisions which can affect all crops. Phase One trade agreement between U.S. and China brings an upswing in Chinese imports of U.S. corn, and U.S. soybean farmers remain optimistic for increased export demand from China following the Phase One trade agreement. Forecasts for corn, soybeans, wheat and cotton through 2024/25 are also included.Download
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