Julie Deering

Ag Communicator

Julie Deering and her husband own and operate a cow-calf operation and enjoy the free spirit of two young boys. She grew up on a progressive Indiana farm that today produces corn, soybeans and pork. Julie is thrilled to have the opportunity to work on behalf of U.S. soybean growers and to help tell the story and showcase the value of U.S. Soy in international markets.


Inviting All Soy Buyers, Sellers, and Users: You Belong at Soy Connext!

Julie DeeringMay 27, 2022

Enhance your business strategy with insights, trends, connections and collaborations In less than 100 days, the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) will once again welcome…


What’s Not in the Ground But Already Sold?

Julie DeeringMay 2, 2022

U.S. Soy! International buyers are stepping ahead of weather, logistics, and price — increasing demand for U.S. Soy with record new crop commitments on the…

Animal Feed

Nigeria Now: Pursuit of Nutrition Security enabled by Collaboration

Julie DeeringFeb 7, 2022

With a population of 211 million people, Nigeria is the seventh most populous country and forecast to jump to third in less than 30 years.…

U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange

Global Trade Exchange Examines All Things Soy

Julie DeeringJul 8, 2021

Each year, the U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange and Specialty Grains Conference (GTE) brings together buyers and sellers for key industry insights, business meetings and…

U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange

Register Today and Up Your Game by Putting U.S. Soy to Work for You

Julie DeeringJul 2, 2021

It’s always been a competitive market, but today in a volatile environment when margins are razor thin, it’s more important than ever to look at…


Carbon Farming: U.S. Soy Can Play Critical Role Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Julie DeeringJun 25, 2021

“Sowing seeds and reaping a harvest.” This is the traditional view of farming, but there’s so much more that farmers do. “Sometimes people think agriculture…