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Conservation, Sustainability and Global Demand for U.S. Soy

Conservation, Sustainability and Global Demand for U.S. Soy

Free webinar explores new potential for soybean markets
Demand for U.S. soy has never been stronger but there are changing dynamics on the horizon. In this webinar, you’ll hear from soy leaders representing the soy checkoff, ASA and USSEC about how these partner organizations work together to promote your sustainability story to build new markets and create future opportunities for U.S. soybean farmers. Sara Wyant, founder and editor at Agri-Pulse, will serve as moderator. The webinar is sponsored by the United Soybean Board, the American Soybean Association and the U.S. Soybean Export Council.
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No-till soybeans

US soy industry surpasses a sustainability milestone

On July 22, the U.S. Soybean Export Council, the United Soybean Board and the American Soybean Association announced that over 100 million metric tons of U.S. Soy Sustainability Assurance Protocol verified soy had been exported internationally in the seven years since the protocol’s conception, according to the two groups.
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Tractor monitors

With growing data collection comes push for standardization

Now that farmers and the companies and consultants who support them have embraced the need for field-level data collection and have adopted myriad methods for gathering it, ag leaders say the industry has reached the critical juncture of figuring out what to do with all that information.
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Electric cars_energy

Daybreak April 8: Republicans to press Dems on biofuels

Republicans have so far focused their attacks on President Joe Biden’s infrastructure package on the scope of things it would fund – like home health care – that aren’t traditionally thought of as infrastructure. But Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, is also drawing attention to the $174 billion the president wants to spend to shift Americans into electric vehicles.

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