Soybean Checkoff Research
International Soybean Export Success, Record Crops and Record Exports
“Rather than being something we had to fight against, we have latched on to sustainability and see it as a real marketing advantage for U.S. soy.” – Jim Sutter, CEO, U.S. Soybean Export Council
US farmers expect to plant more soybeans and less corn acreage
The United States intend to plant a record high 91.0 million acres of soybeans in 2022, up 4% from last year.
The bean rally over the last few weeks is mostly due to persistent dry weather in the southern third of Brazil and much of Paraguay, which usually produces about 10% the size of Brazil’s crop.
Brazilian soybeans: not a disaster yet, but a serious failure is not impossible
“The country as a whole is still likely to produce a record soybean crop.” – Daniele Siqueira, AgRural Commodities Agrícolas
2021 Ohio Grain Farmers Symposium Recap
By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader, a project of the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean check-off. After taking a year off due to …
2021 Ohio Grain Farmers Symposium
The 13th annual Ohio Grain Farmers Symposium will be held this Wednesday, December 1st at the Der Dutchman in Plain City.
Rain Delays and Storage Space, Communication and Patience
Harvest delays caused by rain may seem like an inconvenience to many, however it has been a welcome opportunity for many commercial grain facilities to relieve some storage pressure and ship grain out during what began as a busy and bountiful fall harvest.
Farm Science Review Opportunities
Farm Science Review will be held September 21st – 23rd with lots of excitement in store for farmers young and old.
Winter Grain Market and Climate Outlook Meeting (Part 2)
“There are several factors to watch that continue to add to downside risk. These include COVID-19, South American Weather, and Trade. -Ben Brown, Senior Research Associate at the University of Missouri