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.
Congestion at Brazilian ports, U.S. port labor disputes and market access issues impact U.S. soybean farmers More on Transportation: Brazilian Soybean Boom Continues Despite Challenges It’s Time to Cross That Bridge Panama Canal Expansion Opening
Cracks in walls could delay April 2016 goal for opening Cracked walls could cause the opening of the new Panama Canal expansion to be delayed, officials recently announced, pushing off the benefits it could offer
Pluses and minuses of growing soybeans in Brazil, compared with the U.S. Brazilian soybean farmers are expected to plant a record soybean crop this year, with an estimated 81.5 million acres, the ninth consecutive season
Two international markets with potential to help global soy demand keep up with huge supply With an abundance of soybean supply coming out of South America and the United States this year, global demand is
U.S. farming families show European farming families the benefits of biotech More often than not, a good answer to a questions comes down to telling a simple story. So, to illustrate how U.S. soybean farmers