Planning Corn and Soy Supply

4 November 2021 | 4:00 PM


Knowing a location's in-season production and price provides a time to market and purchasing advantage. Additionally, mapping historical production and freight rates over in-season estimates gives both a systematic, unbiased view of the local conditions and also a more realistic view of lending risk profiles. In this webinar, Gro Intelligence will walk through the components of a location-based view of in-season production, using cash bid prices to estimate the addressable market as an arc moving outward from each location. The Gro Supply Location Monitor uses Gro's yield forecasts for specific locations with cash grain bids and freight prices to estimate the local market by facility.


Jonathan Haines
Senior Research Analyst
Jon has been working in agricultural commodities trading and research for the past 14 years, covering both grains and softs. Before joining Gro, he served as a portfolio manager at Jamison Capital Partners where he was responsible for the firm’s agriculture trading strategy. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and is a CFA charterholder.
Kelly Goughary
Senior Research Analyst
Kelly has more than 10 years of experience in commodity analytics. Prior to joining Gro, Kelly spent many years working at a hedge fund and a commercial trading house. Kelly understands the ins and outs of commodity analysis but more importantly a client’s needs in regard to trading, hedging, and procurement decisions. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lehigh University.
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