Rejeana Gvillo: Rejeana Gvillo specializes primarily in grain and oilseeds markets. She focuses on identifying statistical relationships and generating visual graphics to accompany analyses. Gvillo previously held the role of Head of Grain and Livestock Research at IEG Vantage (formally known as Informa Economics) and held an adjunct faculty position at the University of Memphis, teaching both Macroeconomics and Microeconomics to undergraduate students. After growing up on a cattle, catfish, cotton, and hay farm in West Alabama, Gvillo received her bachelor’s in Agricultural Economics from Auburn University before going on to the University of Memphis to receive a specialty degree in Cotton Marketing from the International Cotton School. She then obtained her master’s from Purdue and PhD from Texas A&M in Agricultural Economics. Her research broadly examined areas such as consumer demand analysis, behavioral economics, food/agricultural marketing, and production. Gvillo’s econometric training primarily is focused on simultaneous demand equations, which typically suffer from endogeneity and serial correlation issues. She is driven be helping farmers minimize risk from a price standpoint.
Nov 08, 2022
[FBN Members: Click here to access the November 2022 U.S. Corn & Soybean Yield Forecasts Report ] [Not an FBN member yet? Click the link above and create a free FBN account to unlock the report.] On October 12, 2022, the USDA released their most recent Crop Production report. Based on initial survey-based U.S. corn and soybean yields, their results forecast U.S. corn yield to be 171.9 bushels and 49.8 bushels for soybeans. FBN®’s forecast was higher at 173 bushels per acre for corn but slightly lower for soybean bushels at 49.7. This is down compared to 2021 yields of 177.0 bushels of corn 51.4 bushels of soybeans. The USDA’s next report is slated for November 9, 2022 and will be the final report for the calendar year with next year’s yield estimates to be released on January 12, 2023. Will yield increase or decrease compared to last month’s estimations? Click here to unlock the FBN Research team’s predictions in our latest report, free for FBN members . [Not an FBN member yet? Click the link and create a new member account to access the report.] FBN® yield forecasting The FBN Research team has been processing and analyzing data since the combines started rolling this season. We have collected 3,816 farm yield observations for corn and 1,954 for soybeans. We anticipate that data collection is close to or slightly above the halfway mark. In our latest report, FBN will continue to predict both U.S. corn and soybean yield ahead of USDA’s report. We will also look at how FBN’s forecasts have historically presented low yield errors compared to other published predictions. Unlock the Report Find out more by signing up to become an FBN member and downloading the November 2022 U.S. Corn & Soybean Yield Forecasts Report. By becoming an FBN member , you'll join a global network of farmers — 48,000+ strong and growing — who are already taking advantage of the opportunity to reduce their production costs and maximize the value of their crops. You’ll also have access to unique insight from experts in the latest FBN Research publication for free in the Reports section of the FBN app. FBN Market Advisory services are offered by FBN BR LLC, dba FBN Brokerage, FBN BR and FBN Market Advisory - NFA ID: 0508695 Disclaimer : Commodity trading, including futures, hedging and speculating, involves substantial risk of loss and may not be suitable for all investors. All information, publications, and reports, including this specific material, used and distributed by FBN BR LLC shall be construed as a solicitation. The information and data provided comes from sources believed to be reliable but FBN BR LLC does not guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. FBN makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to this content. Copyright © 2014-2022 Farmer's Business Network, Inc. All rights Reserved. "Farmers Business Network," "FBN," and "Farmers First" are registered trademarks of Farmer's Business Network, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.