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Research Shows How Much GMO Labeling Could Affect Soybean Farmers Mandatory labeling for food made with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is a hot topic that pushes farmers’ — and consumers’ — buttons. With the federal government and several states considering, and in some cases passing, legislation requiring mandatory GMO labeling, the national soy checkoff commissioned

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Request for Referendum Results Show Strong Support for Soy Checkoff The U.S. Department of Agriculture received 355 request-for-referendum forms, of which only 324 were valid, from Farm Service Agency offices during the recently completed soy checkoff request-for-referendum period. The 355 forms represent 0.06 percent of all eligible U.S. soybean farmers. That result falls short of

Trials Underway on New Soybean-Hull-Based Plastic

After Ohio soybean farmer Keith Roberts unloads his soybeans at the elevator, he often reflects on where they will be going next. “Ohio soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients for food and livestock feed,” says Roberts, chair of the Ohio Soybean Council’s (OSC’s) New Uses Committee. “In addition, soybeans make it possible