Soybean growers from Ethan, Brookings and Goodwin were elected to serve as officers on the South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (SDSRPC).
Attention to quality management helps farmers get the most out of their soybeans whether they are bound for long-term storage or a voyage to overseas markets. Some soybeans are marketed right off the combine, while others are stored for months as farmers position themselves to respond to market opportunities. Their intended use impacts how farmers treat soybeans while in storage.
Here at SD Soybean, we know it’s officially fall when our news feeds fill up with harvest photos, and we’d love hear from you about how Harvest 2017 is progressing in your areas. Tag us on Facebook (SD Soybean), Tweet us on Twitter @sdsoybean and use the hashtag #Harvest17 in your posts to be featured on our social media. Check out some of our favorite #Harvest17 photos:
Soybean yield isn’t the only thing farmers gather in the fall. Experts say it is also an excellent time to do soil testing as it can reveal valuable information about nutrients and the presence of yield-robbing pests.