Supply Chain
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…

Demand

10 Reasons USSEC’s 15 Years Impactful for Soy & U.S. Economy

Wendy BrannenAug 23, 2021

American Soybean Association & United Soybean Board vision of soy export group proves fruitful as U.S. Soybean Export Council reaches big year and even bigger…

Supply Chain

Back on Course? Trends in Bulk and Container Transportation

USSEC Staff WriterAug 22, 2021

The fastest way between two points is still a straight line, yet recent demands on the global supply chain continue to push and pull shippers.…

Exports

Markets with Mac: July 2021

USSEC Staff WriterAug 9, 2021

Infrastructure and transportation are key competitive advantages for U.S. soy, says Mac Marshall, United Soybean Board (USB) and U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) vice president…