Research
Consumer Goods

Survey Emphasizes Consumer Trust in U.S. Farmers

USSEC Staff WriterApr 15, 2021

U.S. farmers rank as the most trusted members of the supply chain when it comes to ensuring its safety, taking the top spot in 78%…

Research

Research Shows Pigs Benefit from Soy-Protein Diet

USSEC Staff WriterDec 30, 2020

One university professor outlines why soy is the preferred choice when it comes to the feeding pigs, taking carcass quality into account.

Quality

Wrap up your Soy Checkoff Investments for Those on your Holiday List

USB Staff WriterDec 23, 2020

As the holidays approach, the lists of wants and needs grow. With the help of the soy checkoff through checkoff-funded research efforts, you can add…

Research

Soybeans and Swine Health: How soy bioactives may play key role in sound nutritional foundations of healthy pigs

USSEC Staff WriterOct 27, 2020

When challenged by porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PPRSV), pigs receiving dietary soy isoflavones exhibited 50% less mortality over their growth period, speeding recovery…

Research

New Vision for Next Decade of Soybean, Plant Research

Lisa M. BalbesOct 22, 2020

In a recently released report entitled “Plant science decadal vision 2020-2030: Reimagining the potential of plants for a healthy and sustainable future,” more than 40…

Reliability

U.S. Inland Waterways Economic Study Affirms Reliability

USSEC Staff WriterSep 17, 2020

Economic research commissioned by the National Waterways Foundations reinforces the reliability of U.S. inland waterways to efficiently deliver a reliable supply of U.S. soybeans to…