Soybeans continue to be a point of discussion in the commodity markets. AgCountry Farm Credit Services market education specialist Katie Tangen thinks there could be some confusion when interpreting soybean stock numbers from USDA. That market is very seasonal, so it’d be normal for the U.S. soybean sales to be lower in the coming months. Looking further down the road in the late July/August timeframe, Tangen says U.S. soybeans start to become more competitive again. Hear more in the latest Rural Perspectives podcast episode.