Brazil’s Soy Crop May Shrink, Slowing Exports

Rob HatchettMar 14, 2019

Brazil’s attaché office issued its latest Oilseeds and Products Update in late January. In the report, the post noted that Brazilian farmers were estimated to…


Heavy Rains Close Key Brazilian Soybean Corridor

Rob HatchettMar 8, 2019

Heavy rains in February have resulted in the temporary shutdown of Brazil’s largest roadway – BR-163 – that has prevented shippers from moving soybeans from…


February WASDE Mostly In-line with Expectations

Rob HatchettFeb 23, 2019

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) resumed its monthly schedule of World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) on Friday. The report was the agency’s…


Selling the Benefits of U.S. Soy in Barcelona

Lisa HumphreysFeb 20, 2019

Five U.S. soybean farmers and 10 U.S. export representatives traveled to Barcelona to interact with nearly 250 soy buyers from around the world. The farmers…


Mexico Nearly Doubles Export Commitments of U.S. Soybeans

Rob HatchettFeb 18, 2019

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) published its first tranche of weekly Foreign Ag Service (FAS) export data in six weeks on January 31st. The…


U.S. Soy: Meeting the Current and Future Needs of Indonesian Buyers

Sharon CovertFeb 13, 2019

Indonesians eat a lot of tempeh, but with their rising prosperity, they'll likely be introducing more meat into their diets in the future. This populous…