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A disease sweeping through Chinese hog herds is helping negate the effects of the trade war for American farmers, with U.S. pork sales to the Asian nation back to levels before tariffs were introduced.
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greybeard wrote:They own Smithfield 100% so it shouldn't be much of a stretch for them.....
Don’t know if it’s true or not but I heard they got part of that 12 billion dollar bail out
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And are recieving subsidygreybeard wrote:They own Smithfield 100% so it shouldn't be much of a stretch for them.....