Soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients, making it possible for companies to reduce the petroleum content in commercial and industrial products. In 2012, the soy checkoff partnered with manufacturers to help commercialize 45 new soy-based products, giving farmers and others even more opportunities to buy products that contain U.S. soy.
After Ohio soybean farmer Keith Roberts unloads his soybeans at the elevator, he often reflects on where they will be going next. “Ohio soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients for food and
Lost a button on your favorite workshirt? You COULD drive to a local store and pick up a replacement, or order one online. Or you could make one on the farm with a 3-D printer.
Environmental Lubricants Manufacturing (ELM) keeps greasing the wheels of progress. The biobased machinery lubricants manufacturer is looking to expand the industrial market for high oleic soybean oil and use it to help U.S. soybean farmers
Checkoff meetings showcase new uses for soybeans That box of peas you pull out of the freezer may soon be protected by a coating made from soy. Fast-food wrappers, pizza boxes and pet- food bags
It’s opening day in Major League Baseball, but it’s the field at the University of Michigan that recently got a big-league upgrade, thanks to an innovation delivered by America’s farmers. The field at Michigan’s Wilpon