Agricultural freelance reporter based in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Editor of AgroSouth-news.com
The grain sales stopped due to the uncertainty in terms of logistics, economic policy, prices, etc.
Input purchases for the next year’s soybean crop, in Brazil, are happening earlier and earlier.
Due to a drop in corn production, poultry farmers from the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul plan to import corn from the U.S.
The major damage already done by NAFTA renegotiations may be the infrastructure for trade from U.S. competitors.