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Checkoff-Funded Survey Identifies Best- and Worst-Performing Railroads

Union Pacific reclaimed its position as the top-performing railroad, followed by Norfolk Southern Railway, in the Soy Transportation Coalition’s (STC’s) fifth annual Railroad Report Card, a survey of agricultural shippers based on the railroads’ on-time performance, customer service and cost. Survey respondents ranked Canadian Pacific in last place for the fourth year in a row.

Sales Triple for Brand of Mexican Cooking Oil Made from U.S. Soy

Checkoff-funded campaign promotes product as premium, based on nutritional content Thanks in part to a soy-checkoff-funded promotion, one of the biggest users of U.S. soy in Mexico recently saw more than a tripling of sales for its Victoria brand of cooking oil, which is made exclusively with U.S. soybean oil. Working in partnership with the

U.S. Soybean Transportation: Reliable and Cost-Effective, but for How Long?

Checkoff works to make sure infrastructure remains a benefit for U.S. soybean farmers’ bottom lines The viability of the U.S. soybean industry, and the profitability of the American soybean farmer, is not only a function of abundant supply and increasing demand. It also is dependent upon having connectivity between supply and demand. America’s system of

This Week’s Biggest Stories 11/21

Study Seeks Sweet Spot Between Nutrient Management and Soybean Yield When it comes to soybeans, too little of a nutrient could leave yields lacking, while too much could lead to wasteful and harmful runoff. A new soy-checkoff-funded study seeks to determine how much of each nutrient a soybean crop needs to achieve maximum yields. Farmers