Hurricane Sally Left Gulf Ports Largely Undamaged
Storm tracked east of area that accounts for 60% of soybean exports and 57% of corn exports
Transportation officials says the track that Hurricane Sally took last week did little damage to ports on the Lower Mississippi River near New Orleans, reports WNAX.
Soy Transportation Coalition Executive Director Mike Steenhoek says that area accounts for 60% of soybean exports and 57% of corn exports.
The storm tracked further eastward hitting Alabama rather than near New Orleans.
Steenhoek says resumption of corn and soybean export terminals is now happening following the hurricane.