This time of year, requests are usually rolling in from Pacific Northwest elevators for North Dakota soybeans.
But for the last seven weeks, not a single order has been placed, said North Dakota Soybean Growers Executive Director Nancy Johnson.
The result has been the lowering of cash prices offered by local elevators. And some elevators won’t accept soybeans at all, leaving Upper Great Plains growers without a market for the crop in their fields.
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