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GROUND WORK – Planting Season is Over in Kentucky

Quint PottingerJun 26, 2017

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GMOs: Helping Us Produce More With Less

Lindsey HendricksJun 23, 2017

So much of my job as a mom of two is figuring out how to do more with less. Use coupons to buy more groceries…


GONZALO MATEOS, 2016 U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Speaker

Jen Del CarmenJun 22, 2017

Dr. Gonzalo G. Mateos, professor of animal science at the University of Madrid, Spain, discussed his research on the nutritive value and energy quality of…

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,…

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Sustainable Since 1866

Nancy KavazanjianJun 20, 2017

[caption id="attachment_1984" align="alignnone" width="766"] Pictured above is USFRA Chairwoman Nancy Kavazanjian who farms in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Nancy is sitting on Hammer and Kavazanjian Farms’…

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How GMO Crops Help Farmers And The Environment

Amanda ZaluckyjJun 20, 2017

Our family farm grows corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. Since their introduction about 20 years ago, we have adopted genetically engineered traits that benefit…