Transportation
Transportation

Consistent Supply Puts U.S. Soy in Demand

Chris KrullOct 3, 2018

When delays of just days can result in big costs, U.S. soy customers buy for reliable supply Supply isn’t sexy. Steve Jobs isn’t remembered for…

Infrastructure

U.S. Soy’s Transportation Costs: A Competitive Advantage

Chris KrullMay 5, 2018

Thanks to our more efficient infrastructure of highways, rivers, rails and ports, it is far less expensive to ship soybeans from the United States than…

Infrastructure

U.S. Infrastructure is a Smooth, Efficient, Operating System

Jayne GodfreyApr 10, 2018

Jay O’Neil is a senior agricultural economist and instructor with the International Grains Program (IGP) at Kansas State University. With 43 years of experience in…

Exports

STC Looks North of the Border to Ship Soybeans

Matthew WildeMar 4, 2018

When it comes to exports, farmers don’t want to put all their soybeans in one or even a few baskets. Soy Transportation Coalition (STC) leaders…

Conservation Tillage

Farming is More than a Job – It’s a Way of Life for U.S. Soybean Growers

Lisa HumphreysJan 23, 2018

Sustainable practices help U.S. soybean farmers produce more soybeans on less land while reducing harmful emissions and soil erosion. These videos, narrated in English, Mandarin,…

Buyers

U.S. Transportation System: Delivering Quality Soy

USB Staff WriterDec 10, 2017

U.S. Soy has a leg up on the competition because of our robust transportation infrastructure – and we can use that advantage to better meet…