Chinese demand boosts soybean price outlook

Recent Chinese demand is helping improve the outlook for soybean prices. Iowa State University Extension economist Chad Hart says China remains the number one export market for U.S. soybeans. “Seeing them being more active now shows that we’ll likely see that action ramp up as we head toward the harvest season, and hopefully buoys what […]

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