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New Specification Could Heat Up Biodiesel Demand Many U.S. soybean farmers may never see the benefits of Bioheat® fuel in their own homes, but that doesn’t mean that they won’t see the perks of a new ruling on performance specifications. A recently released spec for blends of between 6 and 20 percent biodiesel with traditional

The Higher the Quality, the Greater the Value

Soybean meal rich in the nutrients animals need is in greater demand, offers more to farmers When it comes to using soybean meal in feed, poultry and livestock farmers everywhere are saying the same thing: “We need quality.” And when animal agriculture is the No. 1 customer for U.S. soy, it’s crucial that soybean farmers

The Value of Quality

Quality is the part of basis you can control Put simply, basis is the difference between the local cash price you can get at any given time from your elevator and the futures price on the Chicago Board of Trade. Unfortunately, there isn’t anything simple about calculating basis. Many factors play a part in the

Soy to the World

Biotechnology gains acceptance beyond U.S. borders With Chinese customers buying more than half of U.S. soy exports, they must not have concerns about biotechnology, right? Actually, the opposite is true. Many Chinese consumers, especially moms, have misconceptions about the safety and environmental impacts of genetically modified (GMO) foods. These misconceptions are the target of newly