All posts by: plarsen

Our International director, Dr. Nizar Sofani, has been visiting China on several occasions. Here are some pictures of a visit to soybean crushing plants producing soybean meal and oil. Generally speaking the plants work a lot below capacity and really...
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The port of Rio Grande in the Brazilian State of Rio Grande do Sul is the second most important port in Brazil. We are very fortunate to be in a partnership with the TERMASA / TERGRASA – CPTT terminal in Rio Grande. Also...
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Our new website is getting ready. It is still under construction but the basic structure is in place. We are using a responsive one page navigation design that is both modern and efficient. Please let us know what you think....
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Alem da nossa rede extensiva de produtores Brasileiros agora tambem temos parceiros na Paraguay. De momentos temos parceiros na Argentina, Paraguay e Uruguay....
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Beyond our extensive network of Brazilian producers we now also have made partnership contracts with producers in Paraguay. At the moment we have partnership agreements with producers in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay....
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The soybean is growing really well. It was planted in January. First we had a scare with a few days of a heat wave with unusual temperatures  of 35 degrees Celcius. But then the rain came as ordered....
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The corn has been harvested this year. The yield and quality was very good. This combined with very high prices per saca (60 kg) of up to 40 reais ha ve resulted in some very happy farmers....
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