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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…

Animal Nutrition

Research Shows Pigs Benefit from Soy-Protein Diet

USSEC Staff Writer|Dec 30, 2020

One university professor outlines why soy is the preferred choice when it comes to the feeding pigs, taking carcass quality into account.

Innovation

Wrap up your Soy Checkoff Investments for Those on your Holiday List

USB Staff Writer|Dec 23, 2020

As the holidays approach, the lists of wants and needs grow. With the help of the soy checkoff through checkoff-funded research efforts, you can add…

Quality

U.S. Soy:Collaboration is More Important than Ever

USFRA Staff Writer|Dec 14, 2020

United Soybean Board CEO and director Lynn Rohrscheib took part in a U.S. Farmers and Ranchers in Action (USFRA) Farm + Food + Facts podcast.…

Innovation

Soybeans and Swine Health:How soy bioactives may play key role in sound nutritional foundations of healthy pigs

USSEC Staff Writer|Oct 27, 2020

When challenged by porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PPRSV), pigs receiving dietary soy isoflavones exhibited 50% less mortality over their growth period, speeding recovery…

Innovation

New Vision for Next Decade of Soybean, Plant Research

Lisa M. Balbes|Oct 22, 2020

In a recently released report entitled “Plant science decadal vision 2020-2030:Reimagining the potential of plants for a healthy and sustainable future,” more than 40…

Food & Lifestyle

Soybeans Heal Skin in Innovative Medical Application

USSEC Staff Writer|Oct 6, 2020

OmegaSkin is a soy-based regenerative skin substitute technology from NeuEsse. The soybean-based protein application can be used for ulcers, burns and slow-closing wounds.

Food & Lifestyle

CEOs and CSOs

USB Staff Writer|Oct 1, 2020

Innovation

Crop Residue Decisions Impact Soil Life

American Society of Agronomy|Aug 6, 2020

The American Society of Agronomy highlighted a Louisiana State University AgCenter research project comparing the impact of no-till and prescribed fire as crop residue management…

Innovation

Genes Controlling Mycorrhizal Colonization Discovered in Soybean

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign|Jul 30, 2020

University of Illinois research on beneficial soil fungi, mycorrhizal colonization with soybeans, discovered genes that could be used for innovative soybean breeding to improve sustainability…