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International Trade Teams Follow U.S. Soy Supply Chain from Farm to Port

USSEC Staff WriterJul 28, 2019

Follow 50 key soy buyers from 10 different countries as they visit farms in the U.S. heartland to ports in the Pacific Northwest. During one…

Crushers

Expanding U.S. Soybean Crushing Footprint Changing Trade Flows

Alan BarrettJul 19, 2019

Four large new soybean crushing plants and one small plant are scheduled to be built in increasingly large soybean surplus areas.  Plants are planned for…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crush Rates Likely Slowed by Logistics in May

Rob HatchettJun 28, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued its monthly soybean crush and stocks data on June 17. NOPA members were able to process 4.213 million…

Demand

Increased U.S. Competition Slows Argentina Soy Product Exports

Rob HatchettJun 25, 2019

Gustavo Idígoras, president of Argentina’s oilseed processing group CIARA, estimated that the country’s soybean crush would fall by 15 percent in 2019 as increased competition…

Demand

More Than China: Asian Markets Continue to Grow for U.S. Soy

Ohio Soybean CouncilJun 16, 2019

With so much attention on China over the past year, it’s easy to overlook the other numerous international markets served by U.S. Soy, including many…

Demand

African Swine Fever to Limit Chinese Oilseed Demand

Rob HatchettMay 19, 2019

The lingering impact of the African Swine Fever (ASF) epidemic that first surfaced in August 2018 is expected to limit China’s demand for oilseeds as…