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Low-quality U.S. soy crop hurts meal, oil

Low-quality U.S. soy crop hurts meal, oil

Adverse growing conditions this summer likely dragged down the protein content of soybeans, prompting concern that the soymeal produced for animal feed at crushing facilities will have lower protein, according to a Reuters news report.

Soy plants can adjust their processing steps to maximize protein yields, and feed mills can alter rations to raise protein ...




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