More than half of every crop travels across U.S. borders to foreign markets. Projections show demand from booming Asian economies will continue to grow, so international markets could offer U.S. soybean farmers more opportunity than ever before.
By James Thompson Just a few weeks ahead of soybean planting in Brazil, local consultancy Céleres forecast a 91.35 million-tonne 2014-15 crop (3.36 billion bushels), produced on 3.6 percent more acres than last season. Another
U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange offers farmer-leaders chance to network with export customers $2.8 billion. That was the value of U.S. soy that international representatives committed to buy during last year’s U.S. Soy Global Trade
With five months to go in marketing year, U.S. has already set a record for soybean exports Rising pork production, along with the transportation issues in South America after last year’s harvest, have China stocking
Customers in the European Union (EU) depend on U.S. soybean farmers to maintain a consistent supply of soybean meal. Currently, they account for nearly 13 percent of total U.S. soybean meal exports. And that level
Improvements in Thailand’s poultry and aquaculture sectors could bring about significant increases in the country’s soybean-meal consumption this year, according to some news reports. Its poultry sector is expected to expand after Japan lifted its