It’s estimated that as much as one-third of corn and soybean acres in the U.S. are under some kind of drought stress, but the timing and yield effect is still to be seen. While many analysts are bearish on corn yields, that’s not necessarily the case for soybean yields.
Join the U.S. Soy Export Council Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. Central (Chicago) time/Aug. 15 Asia Pacific time to hear from guest speaker and Market Analyst and Founder of Global Ag Protein Emily French, who will also join us as a featured speaker at Soy Connext.
Joining her on stage will be U.S. Soybean Export Council CEO Jim Sutter; Mac Marshall, Vice President of Market Intelligence for USSEC and the United Soybean Board, and Brent Babb, USSEC Regional Director for Europe & Middle East and North Africa regions.
For the latest on U.S. Soy yields and influences on the global soy complex, make plans to tune into the U.S. Soy August World Agricultural Supply & Demand Estimates Report.