Belinda Burrier

U.S. Soybean Farmer


Belinda Burrier and her husband, Dave, grow soybeans, corn, wheat and hay on their farm in Union Bridge, Maryland. They have two daughters who continue to help out on the farm as they start families of their own.

Maryland farmer and USB director Belinda Burrier explains how the expansion of the Port of Grays Harbor to export more U.S. soybean meal to Asia benefits farmers, the community, U.S. Soy customers and sustainable fuel.
Around the World

Ground Work: Port of Grays Harbor Ensures a Reliable Supply of U.S. Soy

Belinda Burrier|Nov 1, 2023

The Ground Work series shares the perspectives of U.S. soybean farmers as they observe how the U.S. Soy industry lays the groundwork to grow innovative,…


Taiwan Market Offers Opportunity for U.S. High Oleic Soybeans and Soybean Oil

Belinda Burrier|Aug 8, 2019

Innovation is a key component of the U.S. Soy Advantage and, right now, high oleic soybean varieties are one of U.S. Soy’s hottest offerings. High…


U.S. Soy Farmer: No Till is the Heart of our Farming Business

Belinda Burrier|Nov 24, 2018

Linda Burrier’s Maryland family farm was an early no-till adaptor, beginning in the early 1970s and achieving 100% no till in 2002. This has helped…


Farmers Conserve Natural Resources

Belinda Burrier|Nov 5, 2018

Linda Burrier discusses how her family farm's focus on nutrient management and conservation helps conserve water and wildlife.

Ground Work

Growing season timeline: Burrier Farm, Union Bridge, Maryland

Belinda Burrier|Feb 1, 2016

Belinda Burrier - Union Bridge, Maryland December 7, 2015 I have been busy traveling the last couple of weeks. Last week, I was at the Executive…