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Ground Work 2021: Cool, Wet Kentucky Weather Slows Progress

Caleb RaglandJun 17, 2021

The rains that started coming in late April have continued. Heavy rains, along with ongoing cool temperatures, has made this spring challenging. We finished planting…

Our Farms

Ground Work 2021: North Dakota Crops Emerging, Need Rain

Matt GastJun 16, 2021

This year, we finished planting all our fields – both soybeans and corn – by May 27, roughly two weeks earlier than average. It’s also…

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 Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report. USDA’s estimate for U.S.…

Demand

Market Intelligence Monthly: May 2021

Mac MarshallJun 11, 2021

Planting is in the home stretch as the country as a whole got off to a quick start getting U.S. soybeans in the ground –…

Exports

Reliable U.S. Soy: Texas Exporter Ensures U.S. Soybeans Meet Customer Needs

Mauricio GarciaJun 7, 2021

As an industry, U.S. Soy is committed to efficiently delivering high-quality soybeans to our customers. My family business Garcia Grain Trading, an independent grain-handling and…

Our Farms

Ground Work 2021: Wrapping up Michigan Planting Season

Laurie IsleyJun 4, 2021

We finished planting soybeans in mid-May, and we terminated all our cover crops prior to crop emergence. Corn planting was completed on May 24. It…