Safras: Brazilian farmers have sold 93.6% of aged beans, which is lower than the historical average
Foreign media news on December 14: According to a survey by analysis agency Safras & Mercado, as of December 10, Brazilian farmers have sold 93.6% of 2020/21 soybeans. For comparison, the sales progress as of November 5 was 92%.
The sales progress of Brazilian soybeans in the same period last year was 98.9%, and the average sales progress over the same period in five years was 96.6%. According to the output of 137304 million tons, this means that farmers have sold 128536 million tons of soybeans.