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Global: USDA's first estimates for corn and soybean in the 2024/2025 campaign

Published May 20, 2024

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The USDA's latest grain and oilseed estimates for the 2024/25 campaign show a slight decrease in global corn production by 0.7%, with the United States seeing a 3.1% drop to 377.5 Mt. However, China, Brazil, and the European Union are expected to increase their corn production. Global corn exports are projected to decrease by 3.2%, with the United States seeing a 2.3% increase in export activity. In contrast, global soybean production is expected to increase by 6.4%, with Brazil leading the increase. China's soybean imports are projected to rise by 3.8%, and ending stocks are expected to increase by 15.0% due to increases in stocks in the United States, Brazil, and Argentina.
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We present highlights from the latest grain and oilseed estimates reports published by the USDA on May 10: World corn production for the 2024/25 campaign would be around 1,219.9 million tons (Mt), which represents a drop of 0.7% compared to the 2023/24 cycle, whose latest estimate consolidates 1,228 Mt. For the United States, production would reach 377.5 Mt, falling 3.1% in relation to the previous campaign (389.7 Mt), while China would increase its harvest by 1.1%, reaching 292.0 Mt. By On its side, the European Union would grow 6.2%. with 64.8 Mt, while Ukraine, with 27.0 Mt, would decrease by 12.9% in relation to the 31 Mt consolidated in the previous cycle. For Brazil, production would reach 127 Mt, increasing 4.1% compared to the 2023/24 campaign (122 Mt), while for Argentina the harvest would be around 51 Mt, falling 3.8% compared to the previous cycle . World corn exports would decrease by 3.2% and would go from 197.4 Mt to 191.1 Mt in this new campaign. The United States ...
Source: 3tres3
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