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Three Underlying Reasons Adding Tile Can Be Worth the Investment In recent years, farmers across the Midwest have experienced heavy rainfall and flooding that has lowered yields and even killed crops. Excessive water causes root hypoxia or lack of oxygen in the crop, causing root deterioration, and can have a devastating impact on yield. Kelvin

Three Underlying Reasons Adding Tile Can Be Worth the Investment

In recent years, farmers across the Midwest have experienced heavy rainfall and flooding that has lowered yields and even killed crops. Excessive water causes root hypoxia or lack of oxygen in the crop, causing root deterioration, and can have a devastating impact on yield. Kelvin Leibold, farm management field specialist at Iowa State University, says

It’s All in the Family

Through Bioheat®, family-owned soybean farms are supporting other family businesses Allison Heaney is the third-generation owner of a family heating oil business in New York City, and she’s turning to a product with roots on family-owned soybean farms to help her company keep up with customer demand. More on Bioheat:  New York Remains Committed to

New York Remains Committed to Bioheat® and Biodiesel

Whether for transportation fuel, heating oil, or simply to help clean up the air, New Yorkers are committed to using biodiesel and the biodiesel-based home heating oil alternative known as Bioheat®. Read about a few of the leaders driving demand for U.S. soybean oil through increased biodiesel usage in the Big Apple. New York City