High oleic soybean varieties produce oil with increased functionality, which has benefits for food and industrial users and could increase the value of all U.S. soybeans. Recognizing this potential to revolutionize the soy oil industry, the checkoff set a goal of 18-23 million planted acres of high oleic soybeans by 2023.
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High oleic soybeans have been in the product pipeline for more than a decade. With millions of dollars invested, seed companies took their time to ensure these varieties perform as expected – for farmers and
High oleic soybean varieties came to the Delmarva Peninsula and Pennsylvania first, along with select areas of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. Now, farmers in these areas are helping set the stage for more U.S. soybean
It’s not every day that John Ade gets to be the first at something. But when given the opportunity, Perdue AgriBusiness’s senior vice president of North American grain will do everything he can to make
Today’s agriculture industry is innovative in many ways, from precision farming to auto-steering to varied seeding and fertilizer rates. Why should soybean varieties be any different? They’re not. Take high oleic soybeans, for example. High