The See for Yourself program offers farmers the chance to see the soy checkoff in action and evaluate a wide range of checkoff activities. Each year, selected farmer-participants visit several sites that demonstrate the soy checkoff’s efforts to improve the value of U.S. soy meal and oil; ensure soybean farmers and their customers have the freedom and infrastructure to operate; and meet the needs of U.S. soy customers.
Tim Clark grows soybeans, corn, alfalfa and winter wheat, and raises beef cattle, with his family in Lomira, Wis. Despite his busy schedule, Clark found time to step away for a week last summer to
Ten U.S. soybean farmers will once again take part in an educational program with stops in St. Louis and a location abroad this summer as part of the United Soybean Board’s (USB) See for Yourself
Another growing season has begun: U.S. soybean farmers are busy in the fields, working ground and planting seed that will produce this year’s crop of U.S. soybeans. For many farmers, dropping their last load of
Ten U.S. soybean farmers from the Dakotas to Ohio will take part in an educational excursion with stops in St. Louis and Mexico, including at the massive PROAN farm (pictured), this summer as part of