09-23-2013 12:49 PM
Border authorities from Brazil have intercepted 110 tons of illegal soybeans from January to September, according to a Zero Hora newspaper story. The soybeans are coming from Argentina through the border with Rio Grande do Sul state. By comparison, in 2009 just 7.5 tons of the oilseed were intercepted. Soybean seeds are cheaper in Argentina mostly because the currency (Argentinean peso) is devalued. Sellers are able to get 100 percent profit, according to the report.
09-23-2013 01:39 PM - edited 09-23-2013 01:50 PM
so Brasil is almost out of Corn already, assuming they keep a country reserve, that is---------very interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!