University of Minnesota Grain Marketing Specialist Ed Usset is hopeful soybean trade with China can return to pre-trade war levels, but he is concerned. “I’ve read the Chinese are revisiting how much soybean meal they need to feed hogs. That’s a long-term issue,” says Usset. “If we’ve given them the incentive to figure out how to use five to 10 percent less soybean meal in their feed blends, that’s a lasting impact.” Usset talked trade at the Commodity Classic.
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