Contributors

Lisa Humphreys

Senior Director - Content Management and Brand Stewardship
United Soybean Board

Lisa Humphreys is the Senior Director of Content Management and Brand Stewardship for the United Soybean Board (USB), the Senior Director of Communications for the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC), and the Editorial Director of USSOY.org. She is responsible for the creation and implementation of global communications carried out by 120 USSEC associates in 83 countries around the world.

Exports

U.S. Soy is Open for Business

Lisa HumphreysApr 14, 2020

During these uncertain times, the U.S. soy industry is hard at work. All parts of the U.S. value chain, including farmers, grain handlers, food processors,…

Reliability

U.S. Agriculture Included in Critical Infrastructure During Pandemic

Lisa HumphreysMar 30, 2020

The U.S. government has labeled agriculture a critical industry during the novel coronavirus outbreak, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The designation extends…

Animal Feed

Soybean Meal May Boost Faster Pig Growth in Feed Rations

Lisa HumphreysNov 14, 2019

Recent work published by researchers at Kansas State University suggests that increasing the percentage of soybean meal in swine diets may result in higher-than-expected energy…

Demand

Major Shifts in the Poultry Industry Shape Future Soy Demand

Lisa HumphreysSep 30, 2019

With United Nations figures projecting a world population of more than 9.6 billion people by 2050, the pressure on food producers to keep up and…

Innovation

Broadband in Rural America: The Key to Improving Innovation, Sustainability for U.S. Soy Farmers and Their Customers

Lisa HumphreysSep 9, 2019

Technology has vastly improved the way U.S. soybean farmers work. Improving efficiency, accuracy, and technology has allowed for more precision and better quality all while…

Our Farms

U.S. Soy Growers’ Anthem

Lisa HumphreysAug 19, 2019

U.S. soy growers are business owners, scientists, weather forecasters, parents, engineers, community leaders, technologists, economists, and mechanics, to name just a few roles. Farmers rely…