Jack Cornell

Director, Sustainable Supply

United Soybean Board

Jack Cornell serves as the director of sustainable supply for the United Soybean Board.


U.S. Soy Leads Multistakeholder Coordinated Land Use Calculations That Preserves Farmland and Native and Natural Ecosystems

Jack Cornell|Dec 1, 2023

U.S. Soy is collectively rooted in a commitment to biodiversity conservation. Backed by half a million soybean farmers, these land stewards engage in soil health,…


Soy, Corn and Pork Team Up to Help U.S. Farmers Spearhead Climate- Smart Practices

Jack Cornell|May 23, 2023

Sustainability is a multi-faceted concept intricately woven into the daily considerations and practices of U.S. soybean farmers. From integrated pest management to optimized irrigation, farmers…

Brinker Farms Sustainable Practices
Ground Work

U.S. Soy Farmer’s Sustainability Practices Focus on Soil Quality, Erosion Control

Jack Cornell|Jul 1, 2022

Soil health is top of mind for U.S. Soy farmer Kenny Brinker, who grows soybeans and corn in Auxvasse, Missouri. Brinker’s farrow to finish hog…


Partners in Conservation: Farmers Can’t do it Alone

Jack Cornell|Apr 25, 2022

Farming is fundamental to growing the food, feed, and fuel upon which our fast-growing global population depends. Sustainability in agriculture is a focus on continuous…


U.S. Soy Continues to Make Strides in Sustainable Solutions

Jack Cornell|Mar 7, 2022

U.S. soybean farmers are making strides in sustainability every day as they grow and develop sustainable soy-based solutions to address some of today’s biggest societal…