Checkoff stresses importance and value of higher quality As the soy checkoff ramps up its efforts to improve the value of U.S. soybean meal, it also continues to show U.S. soybean farmers how much higher-quality meal could be worth to them. At CONNECTIONS 2014, the recent checkoff-led, industrywide gathering to set the future strategy for
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Indirect consumption of soybean meal high on Super Bowl Sunday Super Bowl Sunday – the second-biggest eating day of the year – is here again. It’s a big day for the nation’s producers of chickens, hogs, cattle and other livestock since most of those watching the game will enjoy plenty of protein-packed snacks. In fact,
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The biodiesel industry contributes to the strength of U.S. soybean markets, an important value for soybean farmers and their communities. Not only do biodiesel plants purchase soybean oil and diversify soy demand, they strengthen rural communities and economies by supporting job and revenue growth. “Biodiesel helps revitalize rural communities across the country,” says Bob Metz,