Soybean farmers are now the most short they’ve been since October of 2012. This means that U.S. farmers who are able to take advantage of South American misfortune stand to have their best year in quite awhile. There’s no question that South American production is not going to pass muster. However, in an interesting twist of fate, the same weather that kept us out of the fields this spring is going to be a boon to late planted soybeans heading into a La Nina fall growing season. Therefore, we view this last leg up in the soybean market as a selling opportunity rather than the emergence of a new trend.