Central Illinois Faces Soybean Surge, Meal Prices Plunge

Central Illinois Faces Soybean Surge, Meal Prices Plunge

DDGS prices were lower in the Iowa market on Monday, while other regions remained steady. Market participants said buyers are eagerly seeking offers, but sellers appear hesitant to make any.

The overall market tone for DDGS remains firm and is expected to stay that way for the near term. Supply is expected to be limited in the upcoming weeks, which might help carry some tightness out front.

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