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2020 Ground Work: Winter Farm Work

Laura TempleJan 5, 2020

U.S. farmers typically harvest most of their soybeans between September and November. Planting doesn’t begin until about April or May. But the winter months in…

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Farmers Demonstrate how Practices Build Resiliency to Variable Weather

Iowa Soybean AssociationDec 26, 2019

U.S. soybean farmers are adapting to variable weather patterns by using practices and making decisions that help their farms be more resilient to changing climate…

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Technology, Sustainability and Continuous Improvement

USFRA Staff WriterDec 7, 2019

Sustainability allows U.S. soybean farmers to be more productive while using fewer resources, ensuring the land will remain productive and profitable for future generations. An…

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U.S. Sustainable Soy – Nearly 40 Years of Improvement

Pascal KuipersFeb 26, 2018

A lot has changed since 1980 – not just with the advent of the internet, social media and smartphones, but also thanks for the continuous…

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Showcasing U.S. Soy’s Sustainability

Pascal KuipersFeb 25, 2018

European journalists visit Illinois and Iowa soybean farms to see sustainable practices in action Europeans often hear about U.S. soybean farmers’ commitment to providing a…