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United States Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

97 Pages BMI Research July 01, 2015 SKU: BMI5618397

BMI View: Corn and soybean production season will decline year-on-year in the upcoming 2015/16, yetwill still be among the largest crops in US agricultural history. Livestock will see some mild improvement inproduction growth in 2014/15, mainly owing to the poultry and pork sectors. The dairy sector is likely tosee some improvement, but a record drought in California (the largest producing state) leads to strongdownside production risks. Over the long term, the poultry sub-sector will remain the outperformer in thelivestock complex and we see the strongest production growth potential for soybeans among the grainscomplex. We believe grains production will stagnate overall due to a lower planted area on the back oflower prices.

Key Trends

Beef production growth 2013/14 to 2018/19: 5.1% to 11.9mn tonnes. We have again revised our beefproduction forecasts lower due to herd rebuilding in 2013, which is likely to lead to fewer cows availablefor slaughter. The length of the cattle cycle means we expect production to stagnate until the end of ourforecast period.

Poultry production growth to 2018/19: 13.6% to 22.9mn tonnes. The US is the world's second-largestpoultry exporter, behind Brazil. As such, increased global demand for poultry, particularly from emergingmarkets, is likely to serve as a powerful production incentive.

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United States Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

BMI Research
July 01, 2015

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