Agriculture is trying to understand what will happen following China’s purchase of U.S. soybeans. If they buy more soybeans, NDSU Extension Crops Economist Frayne Olson explains it could be in little nibbles so the market price doesn’t get too crazy. Farmers should be preparing for this in their marketing plan. “You can’t influence what the Chinese decide to do, but you can pick the price you sell and determine how you adjust to the new environment,” says Olson. There are more unknowns moving forward, including South American production. Despite the unknowns, Olson is long-term bullish on agriculture. Listen to the story and watch the interview with Olson.