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Ground Work 2022: Missouri Weather Impacts Soybean Management Decisions

Neal BredehoeftAug 8, 2022

After getting off to a strong start, a very hot, dry July damaged crop yields in our area of the U.S. Midwest. On July 2,…

Family farms

Ground Work 2022: Soybeans Off to Strong Start in Missouri

Neal BredehoeftJun 21, 2022

At this stage of the growing season, the crops in our area of the U.S. Midwest look really good. So far, we’ve had ample moisture.…

Family farms

Ground Work 2022: Planting Underway in Missouri

Neal BredehoeftMay 3, 2022

A weather pattern bringing high winds and small amounts of rain at a time, like just 5 cm, or .2 inches, has slowed our start…

Family farms

Ground Work 2022: Meet Missouri Farmer Neal Bredehoeft

Laura TempleMar 29, 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

Dredging Project Readies Mississippi River for Efficient Soy Transportation

Paul Murphy-SpoonerAug 3, 2020

United Soybean Board-funded research is used to inform a dredging project in the Mississippi River, which will improve freight-based transportation of soybeans and create a…

Infrastructure

Barge Market Update

Alan BarrettJul 23, 2020

The Inland Mississippi River System, an important aspect of the U.S. transportation system, helps to ensure the reliable supply of U.S. Soy.