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Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Protecting Indiana Soybean Yield Potential

Mike Koehne|Aug 16, 2022

Despite planting delays due to rain followed by hot, dry weather, our crops don’t look too bad. Summer conditions have been tough in our area…

Food & Lifestyle

Ground Work 2022: Rains Delay Indiana Soybean Planting

Mike Koehne|Jun 28, 2022

This spring has continued to be a challenge in our area of the U.S. Midwest. We started planting on May 10, and we successfully planted…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Soybean Planting Progressing in Indiana

Mike Koehne|May 20, 2022

This spring has been a challenge — and that’s not just because of the wet, cool weather we had throughout April. I tore the meniscus…

Energy

U.S. Soy: A Critical Ingredient to Global Food, Energy Needs

Jen Del Carmen|May 11, 2022

Mac Marshall, vice president of market intelligence for the United Soybean Board and the U.S. Soybean Export Council, recently sat down with Forbes contributor Phil…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Meet Indiana Farmer Mike Koehne

Laura Temple|Apr 5, 2022

Throughout the 2022 growing season, USSOY.org will provide regular Ground Work updates from several U.S. soybean farmers around the country. Follow their updates, #GroundWork2022, to…

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.