NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Dec 23, 2013 01:34 PM CST

Grain market trends have seemingly all but put a bow on the spring 2014 harvest in Brazil and Argentina matching the U.S.'s bounty of this past year. Soybean production especially has the aura of being a foregone conclusion at 90 million metric tons in Brazil and around 56 million metric tons in Argentina. But, crops have not been harvested yet. There's still a long way to go in the season, and considering that late December is the southern hemisphere version of late June, a midseason weather check yields some areas of potential problems before these bin-busting crops are brought in.

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