Skip to comments.China may have to resume U.S. soybean purchases in weeks: Oil World
Posted on 08/07/2018 12:50:59 PM PDT by xzins
HAMBURG (Reuters) - China may have to start buying U.S. soybeans again in coming weeks despite the trade war between the two countries as other regions cannot supply enough soybeans to meet Chinas needs, Hamburg-based oilseeds analysts Oil World said on Tuesday.
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South America supply is down
Soybeans are a win-win for the USA.
Growing it re-vitalizes the soil and its not expensive to grow.
Just got my second wind and the soybean crop this year is beautiful.
Go Minnesota Farmers.
Of course they will. They need to feed their people.
Now, double the price to help out the American farmer. Ouchie.
Come on, be nice. No need for such verbiage.
I guess China needs it’s soy sauce and tofu. Oh, soy beans are mostly used in animal feed?
“Growing it re-vitalizes the soil and its not expensive to grow.”
And the deer love them!
Vegetable oil processing, and then the meal goes to animal feed.
%$#@!!! tell me about it. I had a 50’ x 100’ garden last year with green bean, yellow beans, heirloom beans, and soybeans (edamame) and the deer would just raze them down. Rats on hooves.
The people on FR who bash Trump’s tariffs are going to be very disappointed!
My brother is fighting that battle now and losing as you did. He is trying to feed them seed corn away from the garden. The only way it will stop is to fence it in.
Well, OK, but no more customer loyalty discounts.
Slap the tariff on soybeans, drive futures prices down as a result, buy up contracts for delivery at depressed prices, get your soybeans at the lower price. Pretty smart of the Chinese.
And no frequent flier miles too
According to an article I read, Brazil passed a law raising freight costs, which has left some farmers leaving soybeans in the field. Brazil has been selling China the soybeans in silos.
Go easy on the edamame. I love them too but too much will make your wang shrink and give you man boobs.
We are at war.
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