Soybean demand has been strong, keeping a floor under prices.
According to Pat Westoff, director of the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at the University of Missouri (FAPRI-MU), the real question is how much more additional supply from Argentina and Brazil will compete with the U.S.’s domestic supplies will impact competition.
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