From managing weed seed populations to aquaculture and a preview of Missouri’s 2021 legislative session, the December 2020 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine has something for every perspective. This issue includes the annual Soybean Seed Guide, as well as a feature on the newest residents of the Center for Soy Innovation. Click here for … Continue reading Missouri Soybean Farmer – December 2020
The Missouri Soybean Seed Guide is now available, including 2021 varieties. Soybean breeding and trait technology development is a priority for the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council. Access the interactive electronic version by clicking here. For a printed copy, or information on commercialization and other opportunities, email Bryan Stobaugh, director of licensing, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By: Brandelyn Twellman The Mississippi River plays an essential role in delivering Missouri soybeans to export markets around the world. Checkoff-funded research executed by the United Soybean Board (USB) and Soy Transportation Coalition (STC) exposed the need to deepen a 256-mile stretch of the river between Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the Gulf of Mexico. At the Mississippi … Continue reading Dredging the Mississippi
By: Karen Edwards Past Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council Chairman David Lueck cut the ribbon on Cambodia’s first in-pond aquaculture raceway system in January as he joined anASA World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) trade team to the country. WISHH’s ongoing MSMC-supported work with the raceway continues as a Show-Me State success for Cambodia’s top officials, … Continue reading WISHH: Catching On In Cambodia
By: Jason Jenkins, Mill Creek Communications The steady grind of steel on steel fills the evening air as a Kansas City Southern freight train comes to a lumbering stop at Central Missouri AGRIService’s shuttle-loader facility on the outskirts of Marshall. It’s 2 a.m. on a summer Saturday, and during the next eight to 10 hours, nearly 420,000 … Continue reading Making the Grade
By: Christine Tew The vision for the Center for Soy Innovation at the time of the grand opening in March was of a bustling hub for groups of all ages to experience the ways soy impacts theirlives – first-hand and hands-on. As the uncertainty and the ever-evolving situation around COVID-19 continued throughout the spring and … Continue reading Soy Education Gone Digital
From managing the impact of weed pressure at the elevator to an update on key ag policy issues, the October issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine has something for everyone. Get the latest on soybean market development in Cambodia and upcoming events in this issue, too. To read the full issue online, click here.
Priority projects grow demand for soy and address challenges facing soybean producers. (Jefferson City, MO) — The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council is now accepting proposals for work to improve the future for soy beginning in 2021. All project plans should address opportunities for research, education or growing demand for soy, and directly impact Missouri soybean … Continue reading Missouri Soybean Requesting Project Proposals Through November 1
The Missouri Soybean Association, the statewide voice for soybean farmers in Jefferson City, announced today, August 31, its endorsement of Eric Schmitt for Missouri Attorney General. “Eric Schmitt is a tireless advocate for Missouri’s farmers and one of the leading state attorneys general on agriculture issues,” said Ronnie Russell, a farmer from Richmond and president … Continue reading Missouri Soybean Association Endorses Schmitt for Attorney General
By Brandelyn Twellman Farming is a family affair on the Rone’s farm, Rone Farm Partnership. Lewis and his son, Justin, work side by side, full time on the farm. Coming from a long line offarmers, their appreciation for the agricultural industry runs deep. “I come from farm families on both sides,” Justin said. “It’s not just … Continue reading Vision and Commitment