Grains Go With The Flow: U.S. Inland Waterway System Operating Normally During COVID-19

U.S. Grains Council|May 11, 2020

The U.S. continues to ship agricultural commodities via waterways, including a reliable supply of soybeans, during the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.


U.S. Ag Exports Continue During Pandemic

USSEC Staff Writer|Apr 7, 2020

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 has slowed many industries in recent months. But U.S. farmers continue to grow a reliable supply of agricultural commodities – including…


U.S. Rivers and Ports Receive Large Increase in Funding

Alan Barrett|Jan 22, 2020

The Gulf of Mexico and coastal ports are the ultimate location for U.S. imports and exports, and so those locations will consume dredging dollars reserved…

Around the World

Farm to table: Shipping Paths of U.S. Soybeans

USB Staff Writer|Sep 8, 2017

Ground Work

Harnessing Rivers to Move U.S. Soy

USSEC Staff Writer|Jun 26, 2014

Winding through the croplands of the Midwestern United States, several mighty rivers not only shape the landscape but also the movement of U.S. Soy. The…

Ground Work

100+ Years of Change

USSEC Staff Writer|Jun 16, 2014

As farmers who’ve lived on and farmed the same property for over a hundred years, the Hayes family knows more than just a little bit…