American Soybean Magazine

American Soybean covers soybean news including people, policy developments, timely topics, advocacy efforts, and other subjects of interest and importance to U.S. soy.
Infrastructure Breakdown: U.S. Soy Faces Variety of Hurdles on Journey to Market

Infrastructure Breakdown: U.S. Soy Faces Variety of Hurdles on Journey to Market

February 24, 2022

By Will Rodger America’s competitive edge in farming largely relies on her ability to move vast quantities of food, fuel and fiber along transportation routes that are the envy of the world. That edge, however, ...

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Challenges, Optimism for Nation’s Transportation Infrastructure

Challenges, Optimism for Nation’s Transportation Infrastructure

February 23, 2022

By Dan Lemke Like a good football offensive lineman, a healthy supply chain operates so smoothly that it’s barely noticed. Recent disruptions in global transportation have thrust supply issues to the forefront and illuminated just how ...

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Soy Growers Discuss Unique Transportation Challenges in Their Regions

Soy Growers Discuss Unique Transportation Challenges in Their Regions

February 23, 2022

Whether traveling by truck, train, barge or vessel, U.S. soy is bound to hit some roadblocks along the journey to market. These snags end up costing farmers and the consumers, which is why ASA has ...

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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is a Victory for Rural Communities and Agriculture

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill is a Victory for Rural Communities and Agriculture

February 23, 2022

By Todd Van Hoose In the early months of 2017, organizations from across rural America came together, as has been the rural tradition. With talk of infrastructure funding in the news, they drew on their ...

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U.S. Soy Protein Is Key Ingredient for Global Food Security

U.S. Soy Protein Is Key Ingredient for Global Food Security

February 23, 2022

By Karen Edwards U.S. soybeans, such as those processed into soy flour at the new Tiger Soy plant, are transported on ships, trains, trucks and more to reach some of the world’s most challenging environments. ...

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