Brazilian Millers may need to Import U.S. Wheat

From Soybean and Corn Advisor

Wheat millers in Brazil usually have to import higher quality wheat to meet the domestic demand and they generally import the majority of the wheat from neighboring Argentina. The weather in Argentina has been very erratic this year and now there are concerns that there may not be any more wheat available from Argentina than what has already been committed until the end of the year. If that turns out to be the case, it could open the door for wheat imports from the United States.

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