End Users

RAMON LOUCKS, 2016 U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Speaker

Jen Del CarmenJun 2, 2017

Ramon Loucks, president of IOM Grain LLC, spoke about U.S. Soy's yield and quality at…

Soy Value Chain

Measuring Sustainability, Meeting End-Use Customer Demand

USB Staff WriterJun 20, 2017

Management thought-leader Peter Drucker is often quoted as saying that "you can't manage what you can't measure." As consumers continue to demand sustainably sourced products,…


JIM TRAUB, 2016 U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Speaker

Jen Del CarmenJun 9, 2017

Jim Traub, USSEC director and a merchandiser at Clarkson Grain Company, spoke about how the adequate supply creates a steady demand for non-GMO soybeans at…

Family farms

97: The Percentage of U.S. Farms that Are Family-Owned

Dana DagmanMay 18, 2017

“Corporate farms” and “factory farms” are labels many people give to farms using modern equipment and technology. Following that definition then, you might think “family…


The Right Product, Right on Time

USB Staff WriterMay 17, 2017

What advantages do end-users of U.S. soy value most? In addition to composition quality, the ability to deliver a reliable, abundant supply of soy, when…


The Blueprint for BUILDING Demand

USB Staff WriterMay 2, 2017

If you simply look at the numbers, there’s no doubt that U.S. soy has evolved from a support crop to a major player in the…

Market Access

From the Great Wall to the Taj Mahal

Nancy HallahanMay 2, 2017

USSEC works to steer India and other growing countries toward a future market for U.S. soy. China remains the No. 1 importer of U.S. soy. But…