Counting the cost to the industry of a potentially “wet June” in the US Corn belt.
A lot can change in a week but with a wet early June forecast getting planting “back on track” looks a lot less likely. Probably now the most likely case scenario going forward is that there will be an estimated 10 million “prevented plant” corn acres and 3 million “prevented plant” soybeans. read more
The trade dispute between America and China affects the global agricultural sector
US President Donald Trump threatens to further increase US import duties on Chinese goods. Kleffmann Groups expert Dr. Bob Fairclough, Principal consultant of AgriGlobe, gives a brief and easy evaluation of the market situation: read more
Brexit and its consequences
Two and a half years have passed since a majority of the UK voted in favour of leaving the European Union in June 2016. Today one thing is certain: Brexit will have far-reaching consequences - also for agricultural industries throughout Europe and also in Germany! read more
The AgriGlobe Team of the Kleffmann Group will be at the 20th CAC in Shanghai.
The Kleffmann Group can be personally met at CAC in China. Delegates who are interested in getting to know more about Agricultural Market Research and the Kleffmann Group are invited to participate in a personal conversation at the exhibition. read more
Nearly four times as much Winter Oilseed Rape lost than last autumn
Kleffmann Group has identified from its GB Winter Oilseed rape panel this year, that there has been significant loss of this year’s planted area, with large regional differences being observed. read more
Omar Olmos becomes new Managing Director for KG in Argentina
He will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the operations of Kleffmann Group in LatAm South, which includes Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, including AMIS Panels, AdHoc Research and My Data Plant. read more