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In recent years, the growing aquaculture industry has started to dip into research on the potential impact soybean meal has as part of fish’s diet. Facilitating funding programs and research studies that increases the utilization of United States soybean, the…


One of the most impactful equations of my career has been: H++ OH– <-> H2O In other words: a positively charged hydrogen ion reacts with a negatively charged hydroxyl molecule to form water; water dissociates to produce a positively charged hydrogen ion…


Prompted by the many sources of stress currently impacting farmers and ranchers, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and the Red River Farm Network (RRFN) have joined forces to create a new radio series called TransFARMation. “Farming is a stressful…


Four Minnesota soybean farmers returned home with a wealth of knowledge from a 12-day international marketing and leadership experience to Malaysia and the Philippines. Supported through the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC), farmers met with potential soybean buyers…


As consumer demands change, growers have learned to adapt to meet their needs. At the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute’s (AURI) 2019 New Uses Forum, innovation was the topic of discussion across all aisles. This two-day event in Minneapolis brought together…


The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released its 2018 county yield estimates for Minnesota. In 2018, four counties recorded total production over 10 million bushels of soybeans, led by Polk County, with 12.6 million bushels according to the USDA’s National…


The Rural Finance Authority Board issued a Disaster Declaration for the State of Minnesota that now makes low interest loans available for Minnesota farmers whose operations suffered barn collapses or other damage due to the record winter snowfall. Governor Walz…


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Ohio State article sparks response from BASF There’s rarely a dull moment in the soybean world, and this spring figures to be no different. A recent article from Ohio State Extension focused on the labeling of glyphosate products for use…