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.
If It’s Not Broke: 100 Years of Diversified Farming Agrees with the Greenways

If It’s Not Broke: 100 Years of Diversified Farming Agrees with the Greenways

February 17, 2020

By Barb Baylor Anderson  • From Winter 2020 American Soybean Magazine When Brent Greenway came back to farm fulltime in 2019 as the fourth generation of the Mitchell, South Dakota, grain and livestock farm, he was ...

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U.S. Pork Producers: Part of the Solution

U.S. Pork Producers: Part of the Solution

February 17, 2020

By Rachel Gantz, communications director of the National Pork Producers Council • From Winter 2020 American Soybean Magazine  U.S. pork producers have a fantastic environmental story to tell. Farmers’ livelihoods are directly tied to air, ...

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WISHH 20th Anniversary Begins with World Food Prize Presentation

WISHH 20th Anniversary Begins with World Food Prize Presentation

February 17, 2020

By Karen Koble Edwards • From Winter 2020 American Soybean Magazine  The American Soybean Association’s (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) launched its 20th anniversary activities before a global audience at the ...

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Biotech Innovation at Risk?

Biotech Innovation at Risk?

December 4, 2019

By Kurt Lawton • From Fall 2019 American Soybean Magazine  It’s no secret that farmers love regulations about as much as a root canal. Especially when rules seem outdated and lack common sense, or sound ...

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Planting Frustration Leads to Cost-Saving Invention

Planting Frustration Leads to Cost-Saving Invention

December 4, 2019

By Barb Baylor Anderson • From Fall 2019 American Soybean Magazine Rusty Kordick was planting soybeans around a terrace in an Iowa field in 2015 when he realized he only needed to plant two more ...

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