She’s totally uncontrollable and a force that can leave you very blessed at the end of the day or on your knees. One thing is for sure: we are all at the mercy of Mother Nature. But that doesn’t stop U.S. Soy farmers April Hemmes and Meagan Kaiser from caring for the land, building soil health and working in harmony with the ecosystem. Here, Hemmes from Iowa and Kaiser from Missouri share why this care requires a great deal of precision, a lot of work and caring hands. We hope you enjoy this short sustainability journey!
If you like what you see here, and you want to better understand how U.S. Soy positively contributes to sustainability around the world, including how it’s working toward the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals and you compare its carbon footprint compared to that of other top-soy producing countries at: https://daretocompare.ussoy.org/sustainability/
If you’re interested in learning more about our verification program, you can learn more at: https://usses.org/
If you want to better understand the ripple effect of how what happens on the farm benefits others around the world, check out Farmers Helping Farmers.