American Soybean Association President Bill Gordon remains optimistic that trade with China will pick up, but it might take a while. “It’s never perfect, but if we can get these markets to respond positively, farmers will grow soybeans. We had a hiccup in 2019, but let’s get these trade agreements in place and move forward.” Gordon, who farms at Worthington, Minnesota, says the markets are waiting for China purchases.
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