United States soybean farmers grow and develop sustainable soy-based solutions to address some of today’s biggest societal challenges – producing feed, food and fuel for a growing population and preserving the planet and its resources for future generations.

Every member of the U.S. Soy value chain has a role to play in creating a healthier, more prosperous world. Farmers have long been known as the ultimate stewards of the land; after all, it is the source of their livelihoods and a precious resource to pass down to future generations. Today, as science progresses and advanced precision equipment and tools proliferate, farmers are optimizing not only protection of the land, but also preservation of water and other natural resources, even as they work to continually improve the harvests that we all depend on. U.S. Soy farmers from Delaware to the Dakotas are adopting these sustainable practices to preserve the environment, support strong communities and power progress around the world.

In the pages that follow, you will learn more about the advanced practices and techniques used by U.S. Soy farmers to maximize sustainability, and meet some of the farmers who are pioneers in sustainable agriculture.

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