The South Dakota Soybean Checkoff and the South Dakota Soybean Association are working hard to grow our agricultural industry – and we aren’t alone.

Strategic partnerships and collaboration with these organizations create new uses, develop domestic and international markets, advance technology, and generate a positive outlook for South Dakota’s agricultural producers and consumers.

United Soybean

Farmers for Soil Health Awarded $95 Million USDA Climate-Smart Ag Grant

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Soy Connext Facilitates Connections Between U.S. Soybean Farmers, International Soy Customers and Industry Leaders

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Soy Checkoff Partnership Investment Paves Way for Soy-Based Asphalt at 2022 Farm Progress Show

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Soy Checkoff Farmer-Leaders Approve Investments to Drive Demand for U.S. Soybeans

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Goodyear Announces New Sustainable Soy-Based Tires for City Transit and Waste Haul Fleets

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Soy Checkoff Partners with IFYE to Cultivate Next Generation of Agricultural Leaders

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American Soybean Association

Tools for 21st Century Trade

By Jason Jenkins When U.S. soybean farmers chat about international trade at the local coffee shop, it’s not unusual for China to dominate the conversat

Why Trade?

By Scott Gerlt, ASA Chief Economist A natural question to ask is, “Why would a country trade if it can produce a product at home? After all, doesn’t the d

USSEC at Work in New and Emerging Markets

By Karey Claghorn, USSEC Executive Director of Marketing, Communications and Operations Egypt is home to a robust Soy Excellence Center. Pictured here, St

ASA Supports Maintaining Acres in CRP For Now

By Ariel Wiegard, ASA Director of Government Affairs Global food security is facing numerous challenges, from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to poor weath

Identifying Trends Reshaping the Way Food is Produced in North America

By Megan Tanel Megan Tanel is president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers In the 1930s one American farmer could produce enough agricultural

Why are Soybean Seeds Pink?

By Willard Jack The farm’s new seed treater prepped and ready for soybean seeds. Photo Credit: Willard Jack When spring planting comes around each year,