MISSOURI SOYBEAN FARMER MAGAZINE
Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine highlights the efforts of the Missouri’s soybean growers to make a difference for the future of their industry. The magazine includes agricultural policy updates, explores soybean checkoff-funded research and programs, and features soybean growers and processors.
The magazine, a publication of the Missouri Soybean Association, is published six times per year and distributed throughout the state. For more details, including 2023 advertising information and to reserve space, contact Samantha Turner at (573)635-3819 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After nearly four decades in soybean research, Greg Luce takes off his Missouri Soybeans hat to spend more time with…
A Story of Supply The partnership between Sipcam Oxon and SOYLEIC will introduce the high-oleic soybean trait internationally.
Soybeans, Sunflowers & Service: For outgoing MSA president Ronnie Russell, advocating for agriculture comes naturally.
Homegrown Biodiesel: The benefits biodiesel brings to the local, state and national economies are widespread from higher commodity prices to…
Investing in Research: Farmer-selected projects to grow demand for soy and address on-farm challenges are central to the checkoff.
Sustainability in Action: Missouri’s Leopold Conservation Award winners are looking at long-term health.
Counting Carbon: A new pilot project is providing hands-on education around carbon markets and trading.
Terminating Weeds: Technology for managing weeds goes beyond chemistry for these Missouri researchers.
Weeds at the Elevator: Pressure from weed seeds doesn’t stop in the field. They can cause pain at the elevator,…
The Center for Soy Innovation features soy-based building with new uses for soy.
The Center for Soy Innovation is now ready for visitors. Learn more about the facility and it’s soy-based start.
Yield Contest Results: A tough year can mean many lessons learned in the annual yield contest , including the value…