Sustainability
Sustainability

El Niño has ‘Eerie Similarities’ to 2015

Alan BarrettApr 26, 2019

The U.S. Climate Prediction Center (CPC) forecasts that there are 80 percent odds El Niño conditions will continue through spring and a 60 percent chance…

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Federal Officials Tour Missouri River Flooding

Joseph L. MurphyApr 17, 2019

As federal and state agriculture officials toured flood damage from the Missouri River, it became evident that recovery can’t start until flood waters recede. More…

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U.S. Soy: The Most Sustainable Source for Consumer Packaged Goods

Timothy VenverlohApr 14, 2019

Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies across the globe are continually looking deeper into their supply chains for responsible and sustainable sourcing opportunities. They are looking…

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New Management Strategies for U.S. Soy Crop Maintenance and Sustainability

USFRA Staff WriterMar 21, 2019

U.S. soybean farmers are continually learning new management strategies to help them be more sustainable and efficient. This infographic highlights a few approaches U.S. soy…

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SSAP-RED: U.S. Soy Farmers Commit to the Future

Lisa HumphreysFeb 10, 2019

U.S. soybean farmers’ commitment to raising sustainable product has helped to earn even greater acceptance for U.S. Soy in the European market. On January 29,…

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EU Ruling on Palm May Benefit U.S. Soy in the Long Term

Rob HatchettFeb 1, 2019

According to Bloomberg Environment, the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, has until February 1 to rule which biofuel feedstocks are deemed to be sustainable.…