Join industry leaders as they give insights into important topics impacting soybean production in 2021. Soybean Economics 2021: Production, Pricing and Planning will feature Ambassador Terry Branstad and others during this webinar. (Photo: Joseph L. Murphy/Iowa Soybean Association)
Branstad headlines Dec. 16 webinar
December 10, 2020 | Bethany Baratta
Kickoff your planning for the 2021 crop year with keen insights into trade, farm economics and global supplies from industry leaders on a webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 16 from 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
This can’t-miss event will provide a look at the progress made in opening up the soybean market in China through the Phase 1 trade agreement with insights from Former U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad.
“Previous experiences help prepare for future opportunities,” said ISA President Jeff Jorgenson of Sidney. “I’m looking forward to the former ambassador shedding light on the global marketing situation in China and what we might expect in the year to come.”
With more than 50 years of combined experience, Jim Knuth, senior vice president of Farm Credit Services of America and Matt Campbell, a risk management consultant for StoneX Financial Inc’s FCM Division, will provide insight on farm economics and global soy production to help farmers navigate 2021.
Will interest rates climb in 2021? How might president-elect Joe Biden’s policies affect the soybean industry? How will soybean production in Brazil impact global supplies and local farm economics?
These questions and more will be answered by the three esteemed webinar speakers. Upon registration for the event, farmers can submit questions to be answered live during the Dec. 16 event.
“As we prepare for 2021, this is one meeting farmers won’t want to miss,” Jorgenson said.
Unlock this ISA member benefit by registering for the webinar today!