Maryland farmer and USB director Belinda Burrier explains how the expansion of the Port of Grays Harbor to export more U.S. soybean meal to Asia benefits farmers, the community, U.S. Soy customers and sustainable fuel.
Innovation

Ground Work: Entrepreneurs Surface Life-Changing Solutions from U.S. Soy

Shannon Tignor Ellis|Apr 3, 2024

The Ground Work series shares the perspectives of U.S. soybean farmers as they observe how the U.S. Soy industry lays the groundwork to grow innovative,…

Animal Nutrition

U.S. Soy Supplements Beef and Dairy Cattle Diets

Laura Temple|Oct 19, 2023

Consider steak cuts and blue cheese crumbles on a charcuterie board. Or seasoned ground beef and asadero in a tortilla. A roast beef and sharp…

Animal Nutrition

U.S. Soy Delivers Animal Nutrition

Laura Temple|Aug 7, 2022

High-quality protein goes hand-in-hand with increasing standards of living around the world. As incomes rise, so does demand for nutritious protein. “Consumers need every form…

Infrastructure

Tunisian Crusher Cites U.S. Soy Logistics, Quality Advantages

USSEC Staff Writer|Nov 10, 2019

Tunisian buyer Manef Lakdhar of Carthage Grains says U.S. Soy’s smooth shipping and logistics and amino acid content make U.S. Soy a good choice for…

Infrastructure

Behind the Crush

USB Staff Writer|Sep 1, 2019

Soybeans are processed into meal and oil. But how that happens is often a mystery. Here's a behind-the-curtain look at how a processing plant operates.