What does SAS stand for?
SAS stands for South American Soybeans
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harvest season in September-October when an increase in supply is anticipated or realized. But the winter is also the largest demand period for soybean meal in livestock feed so soybean crushers and soybean exporters begin to bid up prices in late fall or early winter before all of the soybeans get locked up in farm bins. Then after the first of the year soybean and grain prices sometimes endure a February break as the rivers freeze up and barge transportation is limited and as farmers deliver the crop they had been holding for tax or other reasons. In the past the attention then began to focus on new-crop soybeans and the uncertainty about planted acres and summer growing conditions, causing soybean prices to rise into summer as soybean supplies diminished. However, the rise in South American soybean.