Research Projects

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

Ohio Field Leader How to Select Soybean Seed

Where are we going with U.S. and Global Trade?

“Agricultural exports are projected to be at $152 billion for 2021, which is an increase of 12% over 2020.”- Dr. Ian Sheldon, Ohio State’s Andersons Chair of Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Policy

2020 Ohio Grain Farmers Symposium Recap

“An important piece of legislation is the future is the Next Generation Fuels Act. This Legislation is a first step in the process to transition the fuel supply into high octane fuel.” – Anne Thompson, NCGA

The Smell of Rain and Microbes

Healthy soils have more oxygen and have a sweeter aroma due to healthy microbes.

Trade Talks

“It is an eat or get eaten world out there in trade.” – USDA Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Affairs, Ted McKinney

Ohio Field Leader Soybean Conservation Practices

High Oleic Soybean Opportunity for Ohio Farmers in 2020

Specialty soybean contracts in Ohio will offer a profit boost to farmers through 2020 premium incentives.

Ohio Field Leader How to Select Soybean Seed

Maintaining soybean quality after harvest

“The key to drying soybeans while maintaining quality is to use low heat and go slow.” – Bruce Wymer, vice president of food grade soybeans for Citizens Elevator, LLC.

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