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.
As a U.S soybean farmer, you likely know that your biggest rivalry in the international marketplace comes from the South American behemoth, Brazil, which edged out the United States as the top exporter of soybeans
As demand for soy grows along with the world’s population, competition for that burgeoning market grows, too. Today, as U.S. soy enjoys historic demand all over the world, it also must fend off rising competition
Soybean exports continue to rise, while domestic use stays steady With U.S. soybean production continuing to increase each year, the soybean industry is making sure all these soybeans have places to go. How can the
This year saw farmers bring in a bin-busting harvest. Finding buyers for a record amount of soybean meal and oil requires a coordinated effort across the entire U.S. soybean industry. In 2014, demand from international
The Panama Canal is critical for U.S. soybean exports because the canal serves as a shortcut between Gulf of Mexico ports, where many U.S. soybeans get loaded onto ships, and important export customers in Asia.