It has been a busy 10 days personally in Brazil, my son has been in hospital but is doing much better. It took 8 months to nail down his diagnoses but he is now on correct meds.
Everything takes time in Brazil. Brazil will teach you patience. Something I did not have the first 30 years of my life.
I have scheduled to meet with investor group from Connecticut Thursday this week.
They are looking at limestone investments in Mato Grosso.
I will give them an overview of Mato Grosso and macro potentials of Brazil
I am headed to Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo on Monday April 29th. It the big ag
show there. I look forward to visiting with friends and catching up on Brazil
ag trends and machinery sales.
I am working on May newsletter and will send that out to subscribers soon.
I will include 2014 cashflows for Mato Grosso soybeans. Costs keep going higher
and soy prices stable to in a slight downtrend. The margins are not as robust
as previous two years.
I will update as I know more. Subscribers and VIP clients are always the
first to know.