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Wheat Fundamentals Webinar

Wed, Sep 29, 2021 · 11:00 AM · Pacific Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

The U.S. and global wheat landscape has changed dramatically over the last year under challenging weather, growing feed demand, and higher prices.

As the 2021/22 balance sheets take shape, join us for an in-depth discussion on what has occurred and what lies ahead.

Also covered:

  • After one of the most challenging years for U.S. spring wheat in decades, will users look to alternative flour types
  • Expectations for winter wheat plantings this fall and an early outlook for 2022/23.
  • With the return of La Niña, will we see a similar weather setup as last year?

Who can view:
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Vice President, Commodity Specialist
Since joining McKeany-Flavell in 1995, Craig has developed expertise in several categories—including sugar, corn sweeteners, alternative sweeteners, coffee, honey, and edible oils—and he assists domestic and multinational clients through market analysis, ingredient resource management, and buyer education. An acknowledged industry expert, Craig makes frequent national and international speaking engagements to discuss the sweeteners industry, including at ASA, Sosland, and F.O. Licht market conferences. Craig’s study on the potential ramifications to the U.S. sugar market if government supports to growers were changed or eliminated was presented to Congress.
Webinar hosting presenter
Commodity Specialst
Eric joined the McKeany Flavell team in January 2020 coming with 7 years of experience in the food industry as a successful procurement professional. Eric has extensive knowledge in sugar, corn & corn Sweetener, cocoa, and a variety of other ingredients, but he has helped McKeany Flavell expand into new markets: wheat and CBD. His expansive knowledge and procurement background has helped to provide our clients with fundamental expertise, strategic commodity strategies and solutions. Prior to his professional career, Eric received a degree in Agribusiness Management with a minor in Economics from The Pennsylvania State University. Eric is also pursuing his series 3 and series 30 licenses.
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