The miracle bean
As a crop that provides both meal and oil, soybeans are extremely versatile. Add to that sustainable and renewable and you’ve got an ideal ingredient for many products.
Roger Paulsmeyer was born and raised in Chamois, Missouri where he has continued his family farm. He graduated from high school in 1972 and has been farming ever since. He gained his love for farming, and his self-proclaimed aggressive attitude, from his father and has since passed on his love of the profession to his son, Matthew, who works alongside him.
Farm Name: Paulsmeyer Farms Inc.
City: Chamois, MO
Farming Since: 1974
Soybean farming is more than planting and harvesting
Modern farms are complex, technologically advanced operations. Using more data and information than ever before, farmers make many decisions on their farms: what soybean variety to plant based on their end user, when to plant based on their weather and soil type and what environmental practices are needed to care for and improve land, water and air quality.
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