Brexit vote to have minimal short-term impact on Iowa ag exports

Experts say questions remain about long-term ramifications

Agriculture experts say they don’t expect the withdrawal of Great Britain from the European Union to have significant short-term impacts on Iowa exports, but questions remain about the long-term ramifications.

“In the first place, we don’t sell a lot into either Great Britain or Europe, and what we do sell is mostly soybean meal,” said Dave Miller, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s director of research and commodity services.

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