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What Costs $350,000, has the Top Speed of a Golf Cart and Makes Farmers More Sustainable?

Susanne ZilberfarbNov 6, 2017

U.S. soybean farmers rely on technological advances to maximize their profit opportunities and to sustainably produce a superior product for their customers. As he turned…

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Family Farming – The Ultimate Sustainability

Nancy HallahanOct 26, 2017

Derek Haigwood, Arkansas soybean farmer, United Soybean Board director and vice-chair of the U.S. Soybean Export Council, highlights the benefits of family farming and shares…

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Sustainable Farming: Leaving Things Better Than We Found Them

Diane KarrSep 28, 2017

Growing up, we were taught to leave things in better condition than we found them. This philosophy applies to everything on the farm – whether…


From Family Farmers to Customers Abroad: Interview With Nebraska’s Lieutenant Governor

Chris KrullSep 26, 2017

Mike Foley is the lieutenant governor of Nebraska, a state that thrives on agriculture and the products its farmers produce. Here’s what he had to…

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Conservation for the Future of the Family Farm

USSEC Staff WriterSep 22, 2017

National Geographic recently profiled the conservation efforts U.S. corn growers take to preserve the land for the next generation. Nine out of ten U.S. farms…

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Talking Turkey: A U.S Farmer’s Experience in Meeting His International Customers

USB Staff WriterSep 20, 2017

Jim Miller isn’t only the chairman of the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) – he’s also a Nebraska soybean farmer. As the chairman of an…