The ProExporter Network® Grain Data System is extensive and detailed. Files are structured at the state and US level, aimed at analysis of cash price differentials.
For the Big Picture, PRX provides the “Grain Market Overview” and the “PRX Digest,” along with a steady stream of prose summaries, called “Think Pieces,” which interpret key strategic issues facing agribusiness, as well as numerous “Economic Policy Pieces”. PRX is unique in providing a rolling “Blue Sky Model” (again at the state and US level) of the coming 10 years of corn and soybean supply-demand and price, based on changing assumptions about policy and other factors. All files are in Powerpoint format (as well as PDF), and PRX clients are welcome to select from these for their own presentations.
Summary reports with select pages from regular PRX reports.
Commodity and topic specific state level reports for corn, soybeans, wheat, sorghum, barley, DDG and grain storage. US level reports for ethanol, both weekly and annual, and quarterly supply‑demand tables for the above grains.
Export reports for all grains by port and mode of transportation, including specific reports for Mexico.
Regional supply‑demand reports including corn and soybeans by Ag Statistical District (ASD) in the cornbelt, corn by ASD for the Panhandle region, corn demand by eastern and western markets and Panhandle feed demand.
Periodic reports on World, China and Black Sea grain supply-demand.
Commonly used PowerPoint slide decks for corn, soybeans, wheat, ethanol and the PRX Blue Sky Model 10 year outlook.
All the presentations for the latest PRX Seminar.
Customizable state level spreadsheets for corn and soybean supply‑demand tables.
Audio of the ProExporter Principals breaking down important topics.
Written analysis of key topics important to the PRX client community. Topics include biofuels, world and domestic grain markets, livestock/meat demand, and prominent government policies.
Economic Policy Pieces
Analyses provide readers an understanding of the political forces driving economic policies so that readers are not caught unaware as policy changes occur. The analyses generally assess recent events and discuss what may happen over the next two or three months.
|File Name||File Types||Published||Updated|