United Soybean Board (USB) chairman and Kentucky farmer Keith Tapp says that for U.S. soy farmers, sustainability means looking at new techniques, new uses, and new ways to use the implements they have in order to produce a quality product while practicing conservation of their land.
USB Staff Writer
United Soybean Board
United Soybean Board’s 78 volunteer farmer-directors work on behalf of all U.S. soybean farmers to achieve maximum value for their soy checkoff investments. These volunteers invest and leverage checkoff funds in programs and partnerships to drive soybean innovation beyond the bushel and increase preference for U.S. soy. That preference is based on U.S. soybean meal and oil quality and the sustainability of U.S. soybean farmers.