Keeping Infrastructure Afloat

Checkoff focuses on public-private partnerships as a way to keep soybeans moving to customers Transportation is the link between supply and demand. However, the U.S. transportation infrastructure requires investment to repair, maintain and improve the system. One mode of transportation that is in critical need of funding is inland waterways; specifically, aging locks and dams.

Better Together

Soy checkoff’s network of partners maximizes supply, demand and returns for U.S. soybean farmers It’s really very simple. Your soy checkoff has one mission: Maximize profit opportunities for U.S. soybean farmers. But that’s a massive undertaking – one that the checkoff can’t do alone. In order to be truly successful, collaboration with partners is vital. View

Calculate the Most Profitable Delivery Option

Soy Transportation Coalition rolls out expanded online calculator and app With tighter budgets, farmers are looking at how to cut costs. One way of minimizing expenses that you may not have considered is by delivering your soybeans in the most cost-efficient way possible. Transportation costs play a role in the net profit for your crop

Brazil Transportation Improvements Cause Concern

Infrastructure gains could shrink window for U.S. soy exports The United States is the world’s leading soybean producer, and right now it has the rivers, roads and rails to move all those soybeans from field to market. However, this status may not be sustained without continued investment in the U.S. transportation system. Brazilian soybean farmers

It’s Time to Cross That Bridge

3 facts about how impassable bridges could affect you after harvest After harvest, soybean farmers are focused on getting the fruits of their labor from fields to destinations. One of the obstacles U.S. farmers face on this mission is impassable bridges. When a farmer encounters an impassable bridge, he or she must find a new