Markets with Mac: July 2021
Infrastructure and transportation are key competitive advantages for U.S. soy, says Mac Marshall, United Soybean Board (USB) and U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) vice president…
U.S. Soy’s Journey to the Pacific Northwest
This U.S. Soy video illustrates the journey of U.S. soybeans from field to port. U.S. soy stakeholders speak about every step in the supply chain…
Market Intelligence Monthly – September 2020
For deeper analysis of soybean market developments during September, please enjoy U.S. Soy’s Market Intelligence Monthly report for September 2020.
U.S. Inland Waterways Contribute to Soybean Sustainability
Barges on U.S. inland waterways contribute to the sustainability of U.S. soybeans.
U.S. Inland Waterways Economic Study Affirms Reliability
Economic research commissioned by the National Waterways Foundations reinforces the reliability of U.S. inland waterways to efficiently deliver a reliable supply of U.S. soybeans to…
Investments in Mississippi River Dredging Improve Export Efficiency
The soy checkoff is investing in the planning, design, and analysis to dredge the lower Mississippi River to improve soybean export efficiency and serve global…
Dredging Project Readies Mississippi River for Efficient Soy Transportation
United Soybean Board-funded research is used to inform a dredging project in the Mississippi River, which will improve freight-based transportation of soybeans and create a…
Grains Go With The Flow: U.S. Inland Waterway System Operating Normally During COVID-19
The U.S. continues to ship agricultural commodities via waterways, including a reliable supply of soybeans, during the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.
Pandemic Highlights Value of U.S. Soy
The U.S. remains the producer of a reliable supply of soybeans and soy products and maintains the advantages of U.S. soy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Railways Keep U.S. Grains Chugging Down the Track to Export Market
The U.S. continues to ship agricultural commodities via railways, including a reliable supply of soybeans and soy products, during the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.