The week ending March 9th was a mixed week for U.S. export sales. Both beef and pork bounced back from the previous week, wheat and cotton sales improved, and soybeans rebounded from their marketing year low. Sorghum exports this week hit a marketing year high with strong sales to unknown destinations and China. Corn, soybean product, and rice sales saw week-to-week declines. Export demand is driven by several factors, primarily seasonal trends in suppliers and currency movement.