Solid week for pork, soybean oil export sales

Solid week for pork, soybean oil export sales

Pork exports during the week ending March 26th were way above average. The USDA says pork sales of 38,200 tons were down 1% on the week, but up 88% from the four-week average, with China buying about half of the weekly total. China bought a routine amount of U.S. soybeans last week, but sales still improved overall and beef exports were also above a week ago. Corn and soybean meal sales were down on the week and wheat hit a marketing year low, with just over two months left in the marketing year for that commodity.

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