Agribusiness

Poultry, Livestock, and Dairy

Producers and processors of poultry, livestock, and dairy have enormous exposure to grain prices, as well as to the price of the meat they create. Understanding the shifting landscape of grain markets is essential for animal handlers to manage their operations.
  • Protein demand forecast models for long-range planning
  • Yield forecasting for feed ingredient hedging
  • Weather data for stress modeling
  • Analogous year detection for scenario analysis of likely outcomes for your business using variables like price, climate, trade, supply, and demand
  • Land suitability rankings for real asset valuation
  • Production and stocks forecasts for short- to medium-range planning
  • Physical Commodities Businesses

    Originators and storage companies are fundamental links in the food-supply chain. They meet with farmers and negotiate purchases of hundreds of millions of tonnes of grain and other crops every year. The responsibility of ensuring quality and appropriate allocation resides on their shoulders. Physical traders align purchasing quantities with domestic and overseas demand and mitigate price risks through hedging strategies. While brokers match buyers with sellers, dealers purchase and take title of a crop. Dealers may also own large parts of the value chain, including warehouses and transportation, to increase trade margins. Finally, trucks, trains, barges, and oceangoing vessels connect all categories of the agricultural industry. Timely transport can affect cost and quality.
  • Yield, Area, and Production forecast models for better managing physical purchases and sales
  • Demand models for better planning of investment in storage, handling, and processing assets
  • Analogous year detection for scenario analysis of likely business outcomes using different variables including price, climate, trade, supply, and demand
  • Historical and forecast weather data for supply estimates and price impacts
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