United Soybean Board Vice President of Market Intelligence Mac Marshall says the international market outlook for U.S. soybeans looks good year-over-year. “We set a big record last year. This year, I think the market dynamics are different. We didn’t start the marketing year with as much captive supply that allowed us to get off to a quick start. Then, we had Hurricane Ida disrupting shipments through the Gulf. Terminals have since come back online and we’ve seen decent export sales.” Brazil is competing strong for China’s soybean business. “Brazil is the top volume exporter to China and the trade war didn’t help. They’ll continue to add land each year and are looking at a record large crop again this year.” Hear the story.