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Now in its seventh year since the B20 requirements were enacted, the state of Minnesota is beginning its transition toward a 20-percent biodiesel blend (B20) during the summer months. Between the months of October through March, the state of Minnesota…


Minnesota’s unique county soybean program helped feed families during the Easter holiday. The Norman County Soybean & Corn Growers and their checkoff dollars are continuing their support of the Rural Enrichment and Counseling Headquarters (REACH) by donating hams to help…


This March, National Biobased Products Day was observed by the USDA. The new national day was created to recognize the benefits biobased products bring to the United States, including contributions to the economy, benefits to rural communities and cleaner options…


U.S. soybean farmers are putting out fires and blazing trails…literally. As firefighting foam with PFAS, also known as forever chemicals, becomes more regulated, the soybean checkoff has invested its resources into finding a cleaner, environmentally friendly alternative. Introducing SoyFoam TF…


The population of Uzbekistan is growing and the tourism industry is exploding; as a subsequent result, the poultry and industry are thriving. Thus, the timing was right for the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) to return to the…


Transportation Go! returned to the Great Lakes region March 13-14, 2024, in Toledo, Ohio, for two days of solution-seeking discussions among those involved in agricultural transportation. Hosted by the Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance (SSGA) and sponsored in part by…


The Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) is heading to Dalton, Georgia, March 18-20, for a firsthand demonstration of one of its latest checkoff investments – SoyFoam TF 1122. SoyFoam TF 1122 is a smothering agent capable of extinguishing…


Riding in a vehicle on the left-hand side of the road, watching hundreds of motor bikes whiz by in the tropical heat of Southeast Asia, Minnesota farmer Glen Groth and his Northern Soy Marketing (NSM) colleagues arrived ready in Indonesia…