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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Mar 12, 2014 11:43 AM CDT

China's quest for self-sufficiency may result in less demand for U.S. corn; however, its demand for U.S.-produced dried distillers grains will continue to increase, according to Richard Brock, president of Brock Associates, an agricultural marketing firm.

In an article for AgriNews (http://bit.ly/…), Brock noted that China's purchased of the large pork producer Smithfield in 2013 will mean more demand for DDG.

Pork producers pay for protein by the pound, so DDG's high protein content still makes it a valuable feed ingredient and a good value, despite the high prices in recent years.

China is the largest market for ...

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