USSEC to bring market analysts and U.S. soybean farmers together for exclusive insight on the 2021 growing season and USDA’s November WASDE report.
With U.S. soybean harvest nearly 75% complete, the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) November World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) becomes increasingly important to buyers and sellers of U.S. Soy.
WASDE serves as an indicator of where supply and demand, and ultimately the price of soybeans may go. Mac Marshall, Vice President of Market Intelligence for USSEC and United Soybean Board (USB), will host an update to analyze the report and share insights. The best part? You’re invited to join!
Additionally, three U.S. soybean farmers are rounding out harvest 2021 and looking toward 2022. Bill Bayliss, Kevin Mainord and Clay Govier will share their insights and perspective during the update. What did this growing season hold? What yields are farmers seeing? How are they preparing for 2022? These questions and more will be answered straight from the field.
In addition to these three guests, Kevin McNew, Chief Economist for the Farmers Business Network, is back, talking markets with Marshall. As one of the most well-respected experts on cash markets, McNew will cover what this might mean for your business, from marketing strategy for individual companies to the global soy complex.
Register today for the November WASDE Update!
November 9, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. CDT
To see last month’s WASDE takeaways, take a look at Analysts Project Record U.S. Soy Crop.
- Partially funded by U.S. soybean farmers and their checkoff.