Agricultural Economist at University of Illinois
- Potential impact of Russia-Ukraine situation on global ag commodity markets, including corn, wheat and fertiliser
- Supply expectations, inventory dynamics and buying behaviours from China, historical and expected
- Expectations around increase in US crop land acreage, and dynamics around switching soybean crop to corn in light of Russia-Ukraine
- Impacts of fertiliser, ethanol and livestock feed pricing
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