U.S. Inland Waterways Contribute to Soybean Sustainability

USSEC Staff Writer|Sep 30, 2020

Barges on U.S. inland waterways contribute to the sustainability of U.S. soybeans.


U.S. Inland Waterways Economic Study Affirms Reliability

USSEC Staff Writer|Sep 17, 2020

Economic research commissioned by the National Waterways Foundations reinforces the reliability of U.S. inland waterways to efficiently deliver a reliable supply of U.S. soybeans to…


Investments in Mississippi River Dredging Improve Export Efficiency

American Soybean Association|Sep 2, 2020

The soy checkoff is investing in the planning, design, and analysis to dredge the lower Mississippi River to improve soybean export efficiency and serve global…


Soybean Shipments First Quarter are Down

Alan Barrett|Apr 22, 2020

U.S. soybean inspections and shipments are down in the first quarter of 2020, but the full impact of the Phase I deal with China is…


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…


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…


World Iron Ore Supply Issues Helping U.S. Farmers

Alan Barrett|Jun 1, 2019

The U.S. is a soybean surplus country that is dependent on exports. Due to Asia being an extremely long distance from the U.S., ocean freight…

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

USB Staff Writer|Sep 8, 2017