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Processor Shows Long-Term Commitment to High Oleic

With the acreage planted to high oleic varieties growing each year, a prominent soybean processor is committing to the success of high oleic varieties by strengthening its ability to market the crop’s high-functioning soybean oil. Perdue Agribusiness, based in Salisbury, Maryland, is constructing new tanks to store high oleic soybean oil. Such a commitment showcases

Wanted for Yield Robbery: Sudden Death Syndrome

Photo credit: Iowa State University Catch this thief early by learning which environmental conditions the disease likes and which management practices it hates Did you know that soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) is now among the top yield-robbing diseases in the U.S.? If you have fields with a history of SDS, learn about how to

Checkoffs Offer Women Great Opportunities to Get Involved

By Angela Dee, Alabama farmer and director on the United Soybean Board, otherwise known as the national soy checkoff My guess is that most folks involved in American agriculture know that women have always played an important role on the farm. Whether we run the house, run the books, or, in my case, do both

Shipping Soy Relieves Bursting Bins

Soybean exports continue to rise, while domestic use stays steady With U.S. soybean production continuing to increase each year, the soybean industry is making sure all these soybeans have places to go. How can the soybean industry continue to secure international demand? It’s all in the research.    Click here While domestic use of soybeans