Since last month, Indigo’s production forecasts for Argentine and Brazilian corn have decreased while soybeans have seen minor changes. Brazilian corn saw the sharpest decline in production due to its struggling safrinha crop.
What else do you need to keep on your radar as planting reaches its conclusion in the U.S.? Subscribe to Indigo’s market reports to find out:
- Why our yield estimates for Brazilian corn dropped 235 million bushels since our last report
- Why it could drop another 235 million bushels in the coming weeks
- How the current soybean and corn stocks-to-use ratio in the U.S. compares to the last 10 years of historical data