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U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange to Connect Buyers and Sellers

Julie DeeringAug 11, 2020

Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance, U.S. Soybean Export Council join forces to host the world’s biggest soy trading event. The U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange…

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U.S. Soy Industry Pivots Customer Engagement Amid Pandemic to Strengthen Pan-Asia Relationships

Paul Murphy-SpoonerJun 24, 2020

Drawing Secretary Perdue and Under Secretary McKinney, the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) Pan-Asia Digital Conference provided valuable global and U.S. market insights to 1,700…

Crushers

Mexico’s Attaché Remains Optimistic for Soybean Demand Despite COVID-19

Rob HatchettMay 20, 2020

USDA’s FAS attaché forecasts Mexico’s imports of U.S. soy will rise this summer.

Animal Feed

Soybean Shipments to Mexico Expected to Soar

Alan BarrettApr 29, 2020

A new crushing plant in Mexico is expected to further boost U.S. soybean exports to that market.

Crushers

Another Record Month for U.S. Soybean Crushings

Rob HatchettApr 21, 2020

The March NOPA report showed continued strength in U.S. soybean processing.

Crushers

February Crush Data Supports Higher Forecasts

Rob HatchettApr 4, 2020

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued February soybean crush data on Monday, March 16th. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing in the…

Crushers

Record U.S. Soybean Crushings to Start Off 2020

Rob HatchettMar 4, 2020

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued January soybean crush and stocks data on Tuesday, February 18. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crushings Rebound in December

Rob HatchettJan 29, 2020

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued December soybean crush and stocks data on Wednesday, January 15. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crushings Slip in November

Rob HatchettDec 20, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued November soybean crush and stocks data on Monday, December 16. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing…

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U.S. Soybean Crushings Surge to Record Levels in October

Rob HatchettNov 20, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued October soybean crush and stocks data on Friday, November 15. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing…

Crushers

Tunisian Crusher Cites U.S. Soy Logistics, Quality Advantages

USSEC Staff WriterNov 10, 2019

Tunisian buyer Manef Lakdhar of Carthage Grains says U.S. Soy’s smooth shipping and logistics and amino acid content make U.S. Soy a good choice for…

Crushers

New Soybean Crushing Plant Provides Outlet for U.S. Farmers

Alan BarrettOct 4, 2019

Ag Processing Inc. (AGP) opened a 60 million bushel per year soybean crushing plant in Aberdeen, South Dakota and CHS Inc. announced it is expanding…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crushings Steady in August

Rob HatchettSep 27, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued August soybean crush and stocks data on Monday, September 16. According to the data, NOPA member soybean processing…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crush Rates Surge to Record Levels for July

Rob HatchettSep 5, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued its monthly soybean crush and stocks data on Thursday, August 15. NOPA member soybean processing surged to 4.575…

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Crushing Business Expansion Provides Positive News for U.S. Soybean Farmers

Alan BarrettAug 27, 2019

The expansion of Perdue’s crushing business is good news for U.S. soybean farmers. Perdue, known primarily for its chicken business, has diversified into many areas…

Crushers

Planned Crushing Plants to Take Advantage of U.S. Soy’s Expanding Footprint

Alan BarrettAug 20, 2019

As the Corn Belt has expanded north and west, the availability of soybeans has increased in areas devoid of local soybean crushing. In many of…

Crushers

Expanding U.S. Soybean Crushing Footprint Changing Trade Flows

Alan BarrettJul 19, 2019

Four large new soybean crushing plants and one small plant are scheduled to be built in increasingly large soybean surplus areas.  Plants are planned for…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Crush Rates Likely Slowed by Logistics in May

Rob HatchettJun 28, 2019

The National Oilseed Processor Association (NOPA) issued its monthly soybean crush and stocks data on June 17. NOPA members were able to process 4.213 million…

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U.S. Soybean Processing Rates Further Slow in April

Rob HatchettMay 29, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) issued its mid-month member crush and stocks report on Wednesday, May 15. The April data showed that members crushed…

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Asia Subcontinent Poultry and Aquaculture Buyers Choose U.S. Soy for Quality and Reliability

Vijay AnandJan 1, 2020

Young Indian Population Creates Growth Opportunity for U.S. Soy in Asia Subcontinent India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal collectively make up the geographic region…

Buyers

May WASDE Provides Bearish Outlook for World Soybean Supplies

Rob HatchettMay 13, 2019

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued its preliminary regular look ahead to the 2019/20 world soybean outlook on Friday, May 10. In its initial…

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Filipino Customers Prefer U.S. Soy, Says Michigan Farmer

Laurie IsleyMay 9, 2019

Michigan farmer Laurie Isley was excited to see how U.S. Soy was being used in the Philippines during her March 2019 visit. In this video,…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Processor Members See Slowing Crush in March

Rob HatchettMay 7, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) issued its mid-month member crush and stocks report on April 15. The March data showed that members crushed 4.627…

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U.S. Soybean Processor Members Report Record Crush in February

Rob HatchettApr 1, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) issued its mid-month member crush and stocks report on Friday March 15. The February data showed that members crushed…

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U.S. Soybean Processor Members Report Record Crush in January

Rob HatchettFeb 25, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) issued its mid-month member crush and stocks report on Friday, February 15. The January data showed that members crushed…

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U.S. Soy Processing Increases to Close Out 2018

Rob HatchettJan 27, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association typically represents about 95 percent of the U.S. Soy processing industry. The group, referred to as NOPA, released their December…

Crushers

U.S. Soy Processors Expand Domestic Crush Capacity

Rob HatchettJan 20, 2019

A recent study indicates that two new crush facilities are expected to open their operations in 2019, with a third crush plant expected to start…

Crushers

U.S. Soybean Processors Report Slowing Crush, Elevated Oil Yields in November

Rob HatchettJan 12, 2019

The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) issued its mid-month member crush and stocks report on December 15. The November data showed that members crushed 4,544…

Crushers

U.S. Soy Processors Expand Domestic Crush Capacity

Rob HatchettDec 29, 2018

A recent study indicates that two new crush facilities are expected to open their operations in 2019, with a third crush plant expected to start…

Crushers

Verified-Sustainable Soy: The Newest Attribute of the U.S. Soy Advantage

Nayeli VilanovaMay 13, 2018

Mexican crusher says customers demand sustainability verification Ricardo Moreno runs one of Mexico’s largest soybean oil production plants, Proteinas y Oleicos, comprised of two crushing…

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Diverse Southeast Asian Countries Share Preference for U.S. Soy

Timothy LohMay 10, 2018

Tim Loh, U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) Regional Director – Southeast Asia, describes the diverse economies in soy-buying markets like Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia and…

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Nepalese Buyers Choose U.S. Soy for Quality and Logistics

Nancy HallahanFeb 5, 2018

Rajeev and Aparna Gupta tell why they purchase and crush U.S. soy and share why they traveled all the way from Nepal to attend the…

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Middle East and North Africa Customers Rely on U.S. Soy Industry to Demonstrate Technical Advantages

K. Elliott NowelsNov 24, 2017

The U.S. soy industry provides its customers with advanced technical support. Such support helps customers to realize the intrinsic advantages and superior composition of U.S.…

Animal Feed

Emerging Uses, Markets Keep U.S. Soybean Industry Competitive

Jordan BrightAug 15, 2017

As farmers are always on look-out for the most efficient ways to grow and use their soybeans to meet end-user needs, while maximizing profit opportunities…

Crushers

Big South American Crop Can’t Outpace Global Demand

Dorothy TateMar 21, 2017

Demand for U.S. Soy remains strong, despite record production in Brazil. Here, a grain strategist says soy meal exports have been “stellar” in spite of…

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Times Are Changing: Processors, How Will You Adapt to Improved Soybean Quality?

USB Staff WriterFeb 17, 2017

We hear a lot about what soybean meal end users want: more protein, fewer indigestible soluble carbohydrates, a better amino acid profile, a less expensive…