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Ground Work 2022: Planting Double-Crop Soybeans in Illinois

Lynn RohrscheibAug 2, 2022

After a late spring, we finished planting our crops at the beginning of June. But now it is dry, and our crops really need a…

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Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Summer Grows Resilient Soybeans, Livestock and Vegetables

Reggie StricklandJul 26, 2022

So far, this has been the driest season I’ve experienced in my 35 years of farming in this area of the U.S. Southeast. We finally…

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Ground Work 2022: Weeding and Feeding Michigan Soybeans and Corn

David WilliamsJul 11, 2022

Our weather continues to influence how we are managing the 2022 crop on our farm in Michigan, in the eastern U.S. Midwest. Our crops are…

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U.S. Soy Launches Online Professional Development Community for Protein Industry Professionals

USSEC Staff WriterJul 10, 2022

Founded in 2019, Soy Excellence Centers (SECs) provide world-class programming for protein industry professionals in emerging markets. Now, with the launch of Soyexcellence.org and the…

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Ground Work 2022: Hot, Dry Mississippi Weather Stresses Catfish and Crops

Philip GoodJul 9, 2022

Our cool, stormy early spring has been followed by a stretch of dry weather in our area of the U.S. South. We have received limited…

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Growing Together: U.S. Soy’s Relations with Latin America Extend Beyond Trade

Moises HuertaJul 8, 2022

The USSEC Americas team hosted the “Full-Fat Soybean Meal Academy” in early June in Iowa. Nearly 30 poultry and swine producers, integrators, and feed manufacturers…