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Surge in Natto’s Popularity May Help Swell Soybean Demand

Will McNairMay 24, 2020

As Japanese consumers and end users increasingly demand natto, the U.S. soy industry may have an opportunity to increase its exports of natto soybeans.

Family farms

2020 Ground Work: Ongoing Planting in Delaware

Cory AtkinsMay 22, 2020

Delaware soybean farmer Cory Atkins shares a 2020 Ground Work update on planting soybeans, corn and vegetables and managing cover crops on his farm.

Family farms

2020 Ground Work: Crops Emerging in Iowa

Lindsay GreinerMay 21, 2020

Iowa soybean farmer Lindsay Greiner shares a 2020 Ground Work update on emerging corn and soybeans and controlling weeds on his farm, as well as…

Crushers

Mexico’s Attaché Remains Optimistic for Soybean Demand Despite COVID-19

Rob HatchettMay 20, 2020

USDA’s FAS attaché forecasts Mexico’s imports of U.S. soy will rise this summer.

Family farms

2020 Ground Work: Soil and Water Management in Arkansas

Brad DoyleMay 16, 2020

Arkansas soybean farmer Brad Doyle shares a 2020 Ground Work update on planting for his farm and Eagles Seed Company, including soil and water management.

Demand

Marketing Expert Describes Impact of Black Swan Events on Soy Industry

USSEC Staff WriterMay 15, 2020

The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) hosted a global digital conference including a session by Emily French, ConsiliAgra, about how the global soybean market is…