A rush to get soybeans out of the country ahead of retaliatory Chinese tariffs caused a spike in exports in the second quarter as farmers and grain elevators hurriedly loaded trains and ships.
Then, sales slowed to a crawl.
Weve seen a downturn in orders for new crop, said Bob Zelenka, executive director of the Minnesota Grain and Feed Association, which represents grain elevators. Were going to be probably sitting on some soybeans this fall in storage.
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