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Monday, February 9, 2004
Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban
February 9, 2004 Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban A proposed U.S. ban on Brazilian and Argentine soy exports would have little impact on the South American soy industry but raised concerns other bigger buyers coul ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
South Korea Cancels US Soybean Purchase
February 6, 2004 South Korea Cancels US Soybean Purchase A South Korean government agency which sought to buy 10,000 metric tons of soybeans of U.S. origin in a tender Friday decided against doing so as the offered prices were too high. "Th ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
South Korea To Buy 10,000MT US Soybeans
February 6, 2004 South Korea To Buy 10,000MT US Soybeans A South Korean government agency is seeking to buy 10,000 metric tons of soybeans of U.S. origin in a tender Friday, a Seoul-based trader said. The agency, the Agricultural and Fisher ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
Brazil Soy Crop Face Asian Rust Risk
February 6, 2004 Brazil Soy Crop Face Asian Rust Risk Brazil's bumper soy crop could be severely reduced by the Asian rust disease unless weather conditions in South America dries up fast, according to the government's agriculture research ...
Thursday, February 5, 2004
Philippines Push For Duty Free Soybean Meal Imports
February 5, 2004 Philippines Push For Duty Free Soybean Meal Imports The Philippine Department of Agriculture has announced that it will push for the duty free importation of soybean meal for six months to help the domestic poultry and hog ...
Thursday, February 5, 2004
Cargill To Invest US$200 Million in Argentine Soy Plant
February 5, 2004 Cargill To Invest US$200 Million in Argentine Soy Plant Cargill Inc. will invest US$200 million in building a new soy-processing plant and port in Argentina over the next two years, a company spokesman said Wednesday. The a ...
Wednesday, February 4, 2004
Thailand May Forgo 60,000 Tons US Soybeans Following Bird Flu Outbreak
February 4, 2004 Thailand May Forgo 60,000 Tons US Soybeans Following Bird Flu Outbreak Thailand may have cancelled a contract to import about 60,000 tonnes of soybeans from the United States following the bird flu outbreak that has affecte ...
Wednesday, February 4, 2004
US Likely To Import Soybeans From South America
February 4, 2004 US Likely To Import Soybeans From South America The United States is likely to import soybeans from South America amid tight domestic supply, Hamburg-based newsletter Oil World said on Tuesday. "We expect that the U.S. will ...
Monday, February 2, 2004
US 2003 Soybean Crop Reduced
February 2, 2004 US 2003 Soybean Crop Reduced   The 2003 US Soybean crop was even smaller than previously reported. According to the "final" Crop Production report, soybean production in 2003 totaled 2.42 billion bushels, down 330 million b ...
Monday, February 2, 2004
Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops
February 2, 2004 Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops Argentina's Agriculture Secretariat on Friday said that there was no danger of its soy crop being affected by Asian rust, despite the fungal disease appearing at three soybea ...
Friday, January 30, 2004
South Korea CJ To Buy 52,500 Tons US Soybeans, Corn
January 30, 2004 South Korea CJ To Buy 52,500 Tons US Soybeans, Corn South Korea's CJ Corp closed a tender to buy a combined 52,500 tons of U.S. No.2 soybeans and U.S. No.3 corn at 10:00 a.m. (0100 GMT) on Friday, traders said. Of the total ...
Thursday, January 29, 2004
US Soybean Board Initiates Plan To Promote Livestock Industry Growth
January 29, 2004 US Soybean Board Initiates Plan To Promote Livestock Industry Growth The United Soybean Board launched the Livestock Industry Initiative to promote stronger ties between livestock and soybean producers. Soybean checkoff far ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
ADM To Reduce Soybean Crush 10%
January 26, 2004 ADM To Reduce Soybean Crush 10% Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM), the top U.S. soybean crusher, announced on Friday its decision to reduce soybean crush by 10 percent company-wide. A company spokesman had no comment on Frid ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Slower Farm Sales Supporting US Soy Basis
January 26, 2004 Slower Farm Sales Supporting US Soy Basis Truck soybean basis continues to recover in the U.S. interior market, rising by an average of 1 1/2 cents a bushel at all locations. A cooling off in the recent heated pace of farme ...
Wednesday, January 21, 2004
High US Corn, Soybean Prices Likely To Persist
January 21, 2004 High US Corn, Soybean Prices Likely To Persist Corn and soybean prices in the United States have risen amid tightening supply and strong demand. Prices are expected to rise even further, increasing costs for livestock feede ...

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