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A San Diego university uses biodiesel for its environmental benefits, but mechanic a big believer in performance perks, too While sub-zero temperatures and thick layers of snow covered the soybean belt this winter, San Diego might have seemed a million miles away for U.S. soybean farmers. But the chief mechanic at a university in sunny

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Sharing Ag’s Positive Messages Is Easy – Just Tell the Truth Getting consumers to listen about agriculture-related issues can be difficult, but many farmers have found a way to successfully reach out to consumers and answer their questions about food and farming. Read some tips for getting ag’s positive messages out to consumers. Soybean Quality

Tackle the Tough Questions: Three Must-Knows about GMOs

What’s the talk among consumers about GMOs? Ever heard that genetically modified food is dangerous? Or that biotechnology is bad for the environment? How about that it’s new and unproven science? In fact, it’s quite the opposite, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the American Medical Association (AMA)

Sharing Ag’s Positive Messages Is Easy – Just Tell the Truth

Getting consumers to listen about agriculture-related issues can be difficult, but many farmers have found a way to successfully reach out to consumers and answer their questions about food and farming. Two farmer-bloggers, Wanda Patsche of Minnesota and Nicole Small of Kansas, recently discussed why they chose to start blogging and how they have developed a