Supply Chain
Demand

Expanding Education in Nigeria: Opening Doors for U.S. Soy

Dan RedfordAug 4, 2022

Nutrition and food security remain chronic and growing concerns plaguing Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country. For instance, more than 70% of Nigeria’s population lives on…

Soybean Oil

Soybean Oil Shines Amidst Disrupted Global Vegetable Oil Supply Chains

Mac MarshallJun 10, 2022

The vegetable oil complex is a flotilla of boats navigating the tide in a pattern that for the most part keeps individual members—soybean, palm, sunflower,…

Family farms

Ground Work 2022: Illinois Planting Challenged by Rains and Supply Chain Uncertainty

Lynn RohrscheibJun 10, 2022

Spring has been wet and cool in our area of Illinois, in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. Rains limited the amount of fieldwork we…

Supply

Improvements to Mississippi River Help U.S. Soy to Maintain Reliable Supply

Joseph L. MurphyMay 1, 2022

[caption id="attachment_9426" align="alignright" width="300"] The harvest moon rises over Robb Ewoldt’s farm as family members harvest soybeans near Davenport, Iowa. In 2021, Ewoldt was happy…

Animal Feed

Nigeria Now: Pursuit of Nutrition Security enabled by Collaboration

Julie DeeringFeb 7, 2022

With a population of 211 million people, Nigeria is the seventh most populous country and forecast to jump to third in less than 30 years.…

Buyers

Reliable U.S. Soy: Exporter Developing Sustainable Soy Supply Chain

Mauricio GarciaOct 8, 2021

Following the harvest of the first crop of our unique soybeans developed for the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas, area farmers are very excited…