August 11, 2022
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Exports not expected to flatten out in the future

There has been a global increase recently in demand for corn and soybeans for both food and fuel as world population continues to grow.

And U.S. Grains Council President and CEO Thomas Dorr says exports are important for U.S. agriculture. He doesn’t see volatility flattening out in the near future.

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Dorr says that when it comes to the influence on American Agriculture, it will pan out well if we are light on our feet.

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Dorr says North Dakota is a prime example of stepping up to meet demand and marketing their product to the world.

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