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Economics

June WASDE Report: Ending Stocks Increase, Supply Remains Tight

Julie DeeringJun 11, 2021

High prices may sideline more U.S. soybeans, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s World…

Energy

U.S. Soy: A Critical Ingredient to Global Food, Energy Needs

Jen Del CarmenMay 11, 2022

Mac Marshall, vice president of market intelligence for the United Soybean Board and the U.S. Soybean Export Council, recently sat down with Forbes contributor Phil…

Supply

U.S. Soy: Sustainable Solution to Southeast Asia’s Perfect Commodity Storm

Brandelyn TwellmanMay 10, 2022

Sustainability becomes increasingly important to consumers in Southeast Asia (SEA) amidst shifts in agricultural markets. In the region, 58% of consumers are willing to invest…

Demand

What’s Not in the Ground But Already Sold?

Julie DeeringMay 2, 2022

U.S. Soy! International buyers are stepping ahead of weather, logistics, and price — increasing demand for U.S. Soy with record new crop commitments on the…

Soybean Meal

Equipping Tomorrow’s Poultry Leaders in the South and Southeast Asia Regions

Timothy LohMay 1, 2022

The Soy Excellence Center curriculum is empowering professionals in emerging markets to take charge of improving the standards of agribusiness in their region through access…

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…

Innovation

Five Trends Impacting the Future of the Global Soy Market

George HarperMar 24, 2022

In 2021, U.S. soybean farmers grew nearly one-third of the soybeans in the global market.[1] Customers around the world look to U.S. Soy to provide…

Marketplace

Non-GMO U.S. Soy Production Competes with High Commodity Prices

Brandelyn TwellmanNov 29, 2021

While non-GMO soybean demand is on the rise, production is slightly down. According to feedback from exporters, growers and the USDA, the primary reason non-GMO…

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…

Supply

Reliable U.S. Soy: Exporter Provides Reliable Soy Delivery

Mauricio GarciaAug 25, 2021

First crop harvest and second crop planting take over in late July and early August in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. This hot,…

U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange

Insights Fresh from the Field

USSEC Staff WriterAug 11, 2021

August crop conditions forecast a nearly tell-tale outcome for the upcoming harvest. The Pro Farmer Crop Tour provides insights into potential corn and soybean production…

Market Access

Market Intelligence Monthly: July 2021

USSEC Staff WriterAug 11, 2021

Each month, Mac Marshall, vice president of market intelligence for the U.S. Soybean Export Council and United Soybean Board provides information on soybean market developments.…

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…

Market Access

U.S. Soy Production Coming into Focus

USSEC Staff WriterAug 2, 2021

The supply picture for soy will come into greater focus in August. The next World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE) report, published by the…

Family farms

Ground Work 2021: Meet Kentucky Farmer Caleb Ragland

USSEC Staff WriterMar 15, 2021

Kentucky farmers Caleb and Leanne Ragland raise soybeans, corn, winter wheat and pigs. They will share Ground Work 2021 updates on USSOY.org throughout the growing…

Family farms

Ground Work 2021: Meet Iowa Farmer Tim Bardole

USSEC Staff WriterMar 11, 2021

Tim Bardole farms with his father, his brother and his son near Rippey, Iowa, in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. He will share Ground…

Our Farms

Ask a Farmer: U.S. Growers Expected to Plant Record Numbers of Soybean Acres This Year

Jen Del CarmenMar 2, 2021

Iowa farmer Tim Bardole talks about planting more soybean acres in 2021, family farming, sustainability, and leadership.