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Dr. Jason O'Neil

Senior Agricultural Economist

Kansas State University

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Email: j***@***.edu

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Kansas State University

304 Fairchild Hall

Manhattan, Kansas 66506

United States

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Kansas State University (K-State) was founded in 1863 as the nation's first operational land-grant university. K-State researchers work to decode nature and improve lives-advancing the forefront of global food systems, biosciences, and animal health by us ... more

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Speakers at the conference included Wayne ... [cached]

Speakers at the conference included Wayne Bacon, President of Hammersmith; Bob Bresnahan, President of Trilateral, Inc.; and Jay O'Neil, Senior Agricultural Economist, International Grains Program at Kansas State University.

Dr. O'Neil, who spoke about the problems that can occur, expanded on the first presentation and the use of the arbitration procedures offered by GAFTA and FOSFA, again answering many participant questions.
"I've been involved in USSEC customer events around the world for many years and I've always been impressed with the high caliber of the overseas staff and the truly beneficial relationships they have with our global soy buyers," said Dr. O'Neil.
A well-informed buyer is always a good and appreciative one," concluded Dr. O'Neil.

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Kansas State University economist Jay O'Neil isn't too worried that China's economic downturn will affect soybean exports. The reason, he says, is because, despite their food self-sufficiency goals, China still doesn't grow enough food to feed its continually expanding population. The number one concern for the Chinese government, according to O'Neil, is food security, and the country will do what it has to in order to maintain it, regardless of the strength or weakness of Chinese currency.

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Jay O'Neil, senior agricultural economist at Kansas State University and a consultant to the U.S. Grains Council, said the cost of shipping a container from America to Asia was in the order of $1,700, up 20 percent from last year and the amount of container traffic is down 12 percent.

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But Jay O'Neil, an economist with the International Grains Program at Kansas State University, says he doesn't think soybean exports are all that threatened by the Chinese economic downturn.

"It scares me more regarding my 401(k) retirement program than it does about agricultural exports," O'Neil said.
The bedrock reason for this is pretty simple: China doesn't grow enough food to feed its ever growing population.
"Number one concern in China is food security," O'Neil said. "So regardless of the strength or weakness of their currency, the Chinese government first and foremost will do everything possible to maintain food security."
China does manipulate the market to protect its domestic producers, O'Neil says, obstructing U.S. corn and cotton exports. But O'Neil says that high-protein soybeans, which Chinese meat producers need to feed their livestock, are another matter.
"Things are always in a state of change when you are talking about China," said O'Neil.

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Jay O'Neil, Senior Agricultural Economist, International Grains Program, Kansas State University | Show Bio

Jay O'Neil has 40 years of trading and management experience in the grain industry. He has worked for Continental Grain Company, the Pillsbury Company, the Ferruzzi Group and Bartlett Grain Company. For the past eight years, he has operated his own private consulting company. Jay publishes a private weekly ocean freight and transportation report. He is currently employed as the senior agricultural economist for the International Grains Program at Kansas State University. He served for many years on the National Grain & Feed Association Trade Rules Committee. He is also a past chairman of the North American Export Grain Association Contracts and Arbitration Committee and is an emeritus member of this committee. Jay continues to serve as an arbitrator with both associations. He graduated from San Jose State University in 1973 with a degree in political science-international relations.
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