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.
Jan 10, 2023
Executive Summary FBN® polled members in the second half of December into early January, asking how many acres of winter wheat were planted in the fall of 2022 and the fall of 2021. Responses totaled 325 across winter wheat producing states with results pointing to a boost in planted area, year ove
Dec 21, 2022
In February 2021, much of the continental U.S. faced temperatures that were below 0° Fahrenheit. Frigid temperatures were reported into northern Mexico. Parts of Texas were so cold that its power systems were tested and many went without power for a time. Unofficially referred to as Winter Storm Ur
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