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.
Soybean farmers have always known they care for the environment. Now, more and more of the rest of the world is getting that message, too. According to a soy-checkoff-funded report, soil erosion per metric ton
While China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan are consistently some of the largest destinations for U.S. soy exports, the industry does not take North Asian soy export markets for granted. The U.S. soy family often hosts
It appears that economic growth continues to create a surge in meat and poultry consumption around the world. According to a recent soy-checkoff-funded study, U.S. meat and poultry exports are rising faster than U.S. consumption, a
While U.S. soybean exports hit record levels last year, the soy industry has no plans of getting complacent. Although U.S. soybean exports to Europe have tripled in the past year, Europe is still viewed as
China is the top international destination for U.S. soy, importing 849 million bushels of whole U.S. soybeans in the most recent marketing year. It is hard to imagine that number growing, but experts expect U.S.