Waterway Update: Canadian strike could create more headaches for transporting fall commodities

Ag shipping hurdles continue to mount this fall. While farmers have been keeping a close eye on conditions along the Mississippi River, the Canadian lock strike is now creating another challenge for agriculture’s supply chain.

Soy Transportation Coalition’s Mike Steenhoek joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about the latest update with the St. Lawrence Seaway, what ripple effects there could be for grain exports and fertilizer imports, and if there are any alternative routes that can help alleviate the issue.

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