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Brazilian Soybeans

Brazilian soybeans are one of the country's main agricultural commodities, standing out as one of the world's largest productions and exports of this grain. With vast areas of cultivation and technological advances in agriculture, Brazil has become a global leader in soybean production.

Favorable climatic conditions in several regions of the country allow for multiple annual soybean harvests, ensuring a constant supply of this product throughout the year. Furthermore, Brazil is known for its sustainable agricultural techniques, which contribute to efficient and responsible production.


Brazilian soybeans are recognized for their high quality and productivity, the result of investments in research and development of new varieties adapted to local climatic conditions and resistant to pests and diseases. In the international market, Brazilian soy has a significant presence, being exported to several countries around the world. Its competitiveness is driven not only by product quality, but also by the country's logistical efficiency and port infrastructure.

In addition to its economic value, soy plays a crucial role in global food security, being used in the production of human food and animal feed. Its versatility and high nutritional value make it an essential ingredient in a variety of food products.

In short, Brazilian soy is one of the pillars of the country's agriculture, contributing to economic development, global food security and Brazil's prominent position in the international agricultural commodities market.

Brazil's soybean harvest in 2023/2024 was estimated by StoneX at 151.5 million tons

Font: Forbes Agro


The increase in Brazilian production is due to more optimistic prospects for yield in the States of Goiás, Maranhão, Tocantins, Piauí, Pará and Bahia.

The harvest will total 143.9 million tons

Font: Forbe Agro

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