Low water levels of the Mississippi River are limiting grain movement. Soy Transportation Coalition Executive Director Mike Steenhoek said the United States has a diverse supply chain. “We continue to benefit from having a variety of opportunities to move product from the Midwest to our export markets whether that’s rail to the Pacific Northwest, shipping off the Mississippi, Atlantic Coast, Great Lakes, Texas Gulf and rail into places like Mexico. It really reinforces the fact that having this kind of resiliency and redundancy helps serve U.S. agriculture and the broader economy.”
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