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Ground Work 2021: Promoting Sustainable Practices in Michigan Soybeans

Laurie IsleyAug 10, 2021

From mid-July through August, we are consistently watching and waiting for rain. Thankfully, we have had very timely rains so far this season in our…

Our Farms

Ground Work 2021: Sustainable Practices Making a Difference in Michigan Fields

Laurie IsleyJul 8, 2021

We are enjoying a break from work now that the crops are planted and we’ve done what we can to provide an environment for them…

Composition

Quality U.S. Soyfood Beans: Planting Food-Grade Soybeans in Ohio

Jeff MagyarMay 17, 2021

U.S. Soy produces high-quality soybeans for our customers. That includes the more than 4 million metric tons, or 148 million bushels, of food-grade soybeans the…

Family farms

Ground Work 2021: Spring Preparation and Sustainability in Michigan

Laurie IsleyApr 8, 2021

The unseasonably warm, dry March in our area of Michigan, in the eastern United States midwest, has us anxious to start planting, but it still…

Family farms

2020 Ground Work: Tropical Storm Season in Arkansas

Brad DoyleSep 9, 2020

Arkansas soybean farmer Brad Doyle shares a 2020 Ground Work update on how tropical storms are impacting his farm and soybean plant breeding for Eagle…

Continuous Improvement

Iowa Soybean Association Receives 2020 U.S. Water Prize

Iowa Soybean AssociationAug 10, 2020

The Iowa Soybean Association recently was awarded the 2020 U.S. Water Prize for Outstanding Nonprofit from the U.S. Water Alliance, recognizing their watershed analysis and…