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Animal Nutrition

U.S. Soy offers Solutions for Sustainable Aquaculture

USSOY Staff Writer|Jan 18, 2023

The raising of fish and seafood, known as aquaculture, has been a way of food production for generations. Now a growing global population is putting…

Animal Nutrition

Feeding Sustainable Animal Protein Growth

USSOY Staff Writer|Jan 18, 2023

When feeding their animals, hog, poultry and aquaculture producers need a feed ingredient that includes energy and nutrition to fuel efficient growth in livestock and…

Food & Lifestyle

Benefits of Soy Protein for Active Lifestyles

Jim White|Jan 4, 2023

Whether you’re an all-star athlete or just starting your fitness journey, it is important to ensure adequate protein intake is consumed daily to help maintain…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Mississippi Soybean, Cotton and Catfish Harvest

Philip Good|Nov 17, 2022

Our fall season has been very busy, as usual. Weather conditions have been ideal for harvesting in our region of the U.S. South. We wrapped…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Soybeans Deliver Excellent Yields in Drought-Stricken North Carolina

Reggie Strickland|Nov 15, 2022

I started harvesting a beautiful crop of soybeans on October 27. Despite growing during the driest year I’ve experienced during my 35-year farming career, this…

Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Soybeans Maintain Yield Potential Despite Drought

Reggie Strickland|Sep 13, 2022

2022 has continued to be the driest year I’ve seen in my 35 years of farming in my part of the U.S. Southeast. We received…

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Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Preparing for Promising Mississippi Harvest

Philip Good|Aug 31, 2022

I can tell that fall is just around the corner, bringing some rain and relief from extreme heat after a very hot, dry summer in…

Animal Nutrition

Ground Work 2022: North Carolina Summer Grows Resilient Soybeans, Livestock and Vegetables

Reggie Strickland|Jul 26, 2022

So far, this has been the driest season I’ve experienced in my 35 years of farming in this area of the U.S. Southeast. We finally…

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Ground Work

Ground Work 2022: Hot, Dry Mississippi Weather Stresses Catfish and Crops

Philip Good|Jul 9, 2022

Our cool, stormy early spring has been followed by a stretch of dry weather in our area of the U.S. South. We have received limited…

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U.S. Soybean Farmers Have an Unprecedented Leadership Role for Global Food Security

Ralph Lott|Jun 21, 2022

2022 marks my family’s 70th year of growing soybeans, which means we all know our distinct roles very well. Tuning up machinery, clearing rocks out…