soy100 event South Dakota Soybean

soy100: Growing 100-Bushel Soybeans Event Recap

Last week over 230 producers from across the state attended the soy100: Growing 100-Bushel Soybeans event at SDSU. This free event, brought to you by the South Dakota soybean checkoff, highlighted best management practices, as well as strategies for increasing soybean yields.

Read More

See for Yourself Group Wraps Up Experience

The South Dakota See for Yourself group started the final day in Washington State with a visit to the BNSF Railway at the Seattle International Gateway Intermodal Facility. The Seattle International Gateway Intermodal Facility is a major hub for transportation of not only agriculture products but also coal and many consumer goods from companies like Walmart, Target, and Amazon.

Read More

See for Yourself Participants Tour AGP and Learn About New Aberdeen Plant

Continuing their See for Yourself experience across Washington State, the group met with representatives from Ag Processing Inc (AGP).

Read More

South Dakota Soybean Farmers Follow Their Soybeans to Washington State

In its sixth year, the See for Yourself experience allows South Dakota soybean farmers the opportunity to see firsthand how their soybean checkoff works for them. With support from the South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, soybean farmers traveled to Washington State to tour port facilities and learn about the importance of international markets in the soybean industry.

Read More

International School Meals Day: Children Count on Soy

In 2000, U.S. soybean farmers from state soybean grower organizations created the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) as a program of the American Soybean Association (ASA). The WISHH program carries a focus on trade and long-term market development for U.S. soybean farmers, while fueling economic growth and value chain development.

Read More

Call to Action: Show Your Support for the Animal Disease Research & Diagnostic Lab

A path to expand and upgrade the Animal Disease Research & Diagnostic Lab (ADRDL) is coming together with support from the Daugaard Administration, legislative leaders, and various ag organizations. This project involves three bills that will move together in the last week of the South Dakota legislative session.

Read More

Visionary Farmers Partner with Scientists & Soybean Checkoff

The race for new seed varieties, more effective  crop inputs and cutting-edge equipment drives companies to innovate as farmers strive for higher yields. Farmers themselves play a large role in increasing South Dakota’s productivity by expanding the reach of soybean research.

Read More

Farmers Invited to Attend Workshop on Developing Consumer Trust

Consumers are more curious than ever about where their food comes from and how it’s grown. They drive the trends that impact the entire food chain. In an age of social media, viral videos and smartphones, the amount of information at one’s fingertips can be overwhelming, so how do farmers ensure their friends, neighbors and community members have the right information when making food choices for their families? Thoughtful conversations. Sharing stories. Building trust. The best advocates for agriculture are farmers themselves.

Read More

A New Aspect of Agriculture

Jerry Schmitz remembers his father poring over the daily newspaper and faithfully watching the evening news. Those were his dad’s trusted, go-to sources for accurate information.

Read More

Learn How to Grow 100-Bushel Soybeans, Register for March soy100 Event

South Dakota soybean farmers are invited to attend the soy100 event, March 15 at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) Campus in Brookings. Register for this event online at www.sdsoybean.org/soy100.

Read More