STC’s Mike Steenhoek weighs in on Port of Oakland protests’ impact on the ag supply chain

California’s Port of Oakland remains shut down due to a dispute over the state’s gig worker law and producers are now speculating over potential ripple effects to the ag supply chain.

Soy Transportation Coalition’s Executive Director, Mike Steenhoek spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the background on the strike, what it means for the ag supply chain, the port’s significance for ag trade, and how the strike might interrupt the economy’s process coping with supply chain disruptions.

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