On December 3rd at 10am ET we will be hosting a technical review that dives deeper into Gro’s Brazil and Argentina Yield Models, including how we built the models and model features, model performance as backtested, and the use of crop masks. We will also look at an analysis of how different yield scenarios in South America will impact global balance sheets and prices.
All Eyes on South America
In a year when China’s appetite for feed grain is disrupting corn and soybean balance sheets worldwide and drought brought on by La Niña is hurting yields across the region, South America’s growing season bears watching closely. The region’s importance to global supplies was underlined in the USDA’s November WASDE report, which nearly doubled the estimate for Chinese corn imports in the upcoming year.
In This Webinar We Will Discuss
- The threat of drought and dry conditions and the impact on production forecasts
- How La Niña is affecting Argentina's and Brazil's newly planted corn crops
- The links between China's rebounding hog herd and feed demand, and corn and soybean yields in South America