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To: Mr. Lucky
It also assumes that pork farmers are too dimwitted to hedge or diversify.

Hard to hedge against the world's two largest economies trying to knock your block off. Like trying to hedge against a firing squad.

62 posted on 07/04/2018 7:24:17 PM PDT by Poison Pill
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To: Poison Pill

Seriously? The world’s two largest economies keep hog farmers from selling contracts on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange? They force some farmers to raise only hogs to the exclusion of, say, cereal crops or other livestock?


63 posted on 07/04/2018 7:32:00 PM PDT by Mr. Lucky
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To: Poison Pill

Seriously? The world’s two largest economies keep hog farmers from selling contracts on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange? They force some farmers to raise only hogs to the exclusion of, say, cereal crops or other livestock?


64 posted on 07/04/2018 7:32:48 PM PDT by Mr. Lucky
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