Agriculture Monthly Overview Report – May 2021

Agriculture Monthly Overview Report – May 2021

Agriculture Monthly Overview – Preparing for the 2021 Growing Season May Edition 

As crop cycles shift away from the Southern to the Northern Hemisphere, summer crops are being planted for the “new” growing season. For the next five to six months, global supply chains will need to pay particular attention to growing conditions in the major producing areas in the north – U.S., Europe, the Black Sea, China, and India. Even slight changes to pattern drivers could lead to impacts in the agriculture supply chain such as crop losses via heat/drought/wetness, logistics and other diverse issues

Will your supply chain be impacted by the new growing season? 

This month’s AMO issue will feature a new section guest commentary by Ken Zuckerberg, Lead Economist for grains, farm supply, and ethanol at CoBank who will discuss the recent run in grain prices.

This report provides a comprehensive overview and guide to this year’s upcoming tropical cyclone activity, including May’s Top 5 Watch List, key issues in global agriculture, and the Monthly Dive that will provide an in-depth review of the Indian Monsoon. To gain insights for what to expect in terms of storm frequency, most susceptible areas, primary drivers, and supply chain impacts, download the report.  

Insights & Key Findings

  • Special commentary by Ken Zuckerberg, Lead Economist at CoBank 
  • A comprehensive overview of the weather forecast, global sea-surface temps, droughts, and potential implications to the upcoming growing season  
  • Review of the Top 5 Agriculture Risk Trends companies should watch   
  • Monthly Dive – A dedicated section to explore how ongoing climate events impact certain regions

Prepare your supply chain for the 2021 Growing Season.

Get in Front of What’s Ahead.

Download the Report Now!

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