Brazil is the second largest producer of soybeans after the United States. In the 2014/2015 crop, culture occupied an area of 31.57 million hectares, which totaled a production of 95.07 million tons. The average productivity of Brazilian soybeans was 3011 kg per hectare.

In the late 60, two internal factors did Brazil begin to see soy as a commercial product, a fact that later influence on the world stage production of the grain. At the time, wheat was the main South culture of Brazil and soybeans emerged as a summer option in succession to wheat. Brazil also initiated an effort for the production of pork and poultry, generating demand for soybean meal. In 1966, commercial production of soybeans was already a strategic necessity, and produced about 500 thousand tons in the country.

Specifications of SOYBEAN

Protein:35.0% Min.
Moisture:13.5% Max.
Foreign Material:2.0% Max.
Oil Content:18.5% Min.
Kernels:3.0% Max.

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