Missouri’s newest senator, Josh Hawley, is featured in the February issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine. The issue also includes an overview of the market for conventional (non-GMO) soy in Missouri and highlights Leopold Award winners John and Sandy Scherder of northeastern Missouri’s Pike County. Read the full issue online by clicking here.
In the December 2018 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine, explore soybean trade relationships across the Americas and hear from the farmer leaders guiding research investments through the soy checkoff and Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council. This issue also includes post-election policy updates and information on EPA registration for dicamba formulations for 2019 and 2020, and … Continue reading December 2018 Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer Magazine Online Now
Cover crops and financial resources for farmers take center stage in the October 2018 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine. Learn more about the Missouri Agricultural & Small Business Development Authority, and hear first-hand from soybean farmers who have found success (and learned important lessons) through cover crops. Read the full issue online by clicking … Continue reading Read the October 2018 Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer Now
The August issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine highlights Missouri farmers working on policy issues affecting the bottom line for all growers. It also features a deep dive into the markets for soybean across Asia and a look at the benefits and management of cover crop mixes. Read the interactive online edition by clicking here.
Missouri’s legislative session wrap up – including repayment of the debt to the Missouri Qualified Biodiesel Incentive Fund – is featured in the June issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine. Readers will also find a look at soybean exports and the trade relationship with China and a feature on the challenges facing younger farmers looking … Continue reading June Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer Magazine Available Now
Soybean research is one of the top priorities for the farmer leaders of the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council board of directors. Each year, the board of directors invests a significant portion of Missouri’s soybean checkoff revenues into research. Click here to read the Annual Research Report for 2017-2018.
The April 2018 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine highlights the global marketplace for soybean, including the transportation infrastructure and policies behind demand for soy. This issue also highlights Warren Stemme, a soybean farmer and long-time leader from Chesterfield, and Brownfield Ag News’ Tom Steever. Read the full issue online by clicking here. Prefer to … Continue reading Read the April 2018 Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer Now
The new year begins with a look at the impact herbicide damage in 2017 has already had on the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council soybean research program. This issue also includes an outlook on the state legislative session, and features on the Hurst family and irrigation in Missouri’s Bootheel. Check out the full, mobile friendly issue … Continue reading Read the February 2018 Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer
The December issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine concludes the special transportation series, exploring efforts to bring high-speed internet access – moving data key to agriculture and communities – to rural Missouri. This issue also highlights Missouri’s first Leopold Conservation Award winners, Matt and Kate Lambert, and shares conversation starters for succession planning discussions. Readers … Continue reading December Missouri Soybean Farmer Magazine Now Available
Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine’s special series on transportation continues in the October issue, with a feature on railroads and the challenges and benefits associated with rail. The issue also introduces new dean for the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Dr. Chris Daubert, and recognizes the Missouri Soybean Association’s lifetime members. … Continue reading October 2017 Missouri Soybean Farmer Online Now