More Protein Can Bring More Value to Soybeans Many people are willing to pay more if it means getting a higher-quality product. Value-added soybean meal could lead to more money for soybean farmers, while giving animal ag the quality it desires. In fact, a recent soy-checkoff-funded study shows that increasing protein content by 1 percent
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Higher-quality products are worth more to end users Many people are willing to pay more if it means getting a higher-quality product. As was discussed at CONNECTIONS 2014, the pork sector has been experiencing the benefits of value-added pork for nearly 30 years, and a similar system could possibly be in soy’s future as well.
Over $40 Million in Premiums Paid by AGP Since 1999 Guest editorial by AGP The pennies, nickels and dimes have certainly added up during the 15 years of AGP’s Component Premium Program. Since launching the industry’s first value-based marketing program for soybeans in October of 1999, AGP has paid over $40 million in component premiums.
Seed dealers, Soybean Quality Toolbox can lead farmers to seed that will produce quality and yield There are many factors in farming that are out of a farmer’s hands, but growing high-quality soybeans that are worth more to their bottom lines is not one of them. “Seed selection is the biggest thing farmers can do