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Issues with dams, river locks
could hurt soybean markets
Industry officials fear that river conditions could be hurting soybean farmers’ ability to market their crops.
With soy being a large commodity in Shelby County, producers already may be aware of the issue raised this week by the United Soybean Board, which said in a report that the deteriorating condition of the U.S. lock and dam system could bring “severe economic distress.”
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