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Scientists and historians have called the 2012–13 dry spell, which caused more than 60% of the continental United States to experience drought conditions, the worst drought since the 1950s.
Last year’s drought will have a lasting impact on industry, causing a serious ripple effect on food availability, regional stability, and industry sectors around the globe. Join this one-hour webcast, where IHS economists will analyze the constrained agriculture supply and the lasting impacts from the drought.
The presentation will answer questions, including:
- What will the Fall of 2013 supply and demand market outlook look like?
- What are the price risks?
- What are the implications for the prolonged downturn in the beef production cycle?
- What are the potential implications of adding supply capacity without a new supply shock?
- How will ongoing weather variability affect your global supply chain?
This webcast will help you develop informed market forecasts, and identify risks affecting the bottom line for farmers, corporations, and governments. Get answers to your questions from leading industry economists.
A recording of this presentation can be viewed here: http://www.slideshare.net/ihs_supplychain/the-great-north-american-drought-industry-impacts-one-year-later-26356696