More than half of every crop travels across U.S. borders to foreign markets. Projections show demand from booming Asian economies will continue to grow, so international markets could offer U.S. soybean farmers more opportunity than ever before.
Checkoff looks beyond China for more export diversity and growth China’s appetite for soybeans is well documented and shows little sign of being satisfied. As the world’s No. 1 soybean importer and U.S. soybean farmers’
Planting Patrol: New technology improves efficiency for Nebraska farmer Greg Greving’s goal during planting season is pretty simple: Get as much done as we can every day, and get out as soon as possible. The
On the heels of a strike in February and March, the trucking industry in Brazil is threatening yet another work stoppage that could place strain on the movement of South American soy into position for
AGP marketing manager concerned that focus on soybean yield could jeopardize U.S. soy’s market share Yields are always an important element when harvest time rolls around, but many processors and buyers are starting to take
Biotechnology gains acceptance beyond U.S. borders With Chinese customers buying more than half of U.S. soy exports, they must not have concerns about biotechnology, right? Actually, the opposite is true. Many Chinese consumers, especially moms,