NDSU Extension Crops Economist Frayne Olson says if farmers need to move soybeans, prioritize moving the higher moisture grain first and sit tight for a few more weeks. “I do think the U.S. will get a trade agreement with China. Obviously, with politics things can happen. Is it worth the gamble? I think it is,” says Olson. “For the low moisture soybeans, if we get a spark in the market, try to take advantage and lock in the futures price.” Olson answered farmer’s questions on trade during the Best of the Best in Wheat and Soybean Research and Marketing on Thursday. Listen to the story.