There have been important developments on trade agreements, but growers are also taking ownership of the demand situation as well. “Our beans don’t have end-users in North Dakota; maybe a crush plant wouldn’t be a bad idea,” said Greg Gussiaas, secretary, North Dakota Soybean Growers Association. “We need to find an alternative destination for our beans other than the PNW. We need an end-user in our backyard so we have some place to go with our beans.”
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