2010 proved to be a pivotal year for the U.S. biodiesel industry. With a new federal requirement for use of a targeted level of biodiesel and the reinstatement of the federal biodiesel blenders' tax credit through 2011 now in place, most of the industry should be able to turn its focus back to producing more of this economically beneficial fuel....More
Thirty-two new soy-based products hit the market in 2010, thanks in part to the United Soybean Board (USB), which provides funding to industrial partners to research, develop and commercialize products containing soy....More
Corn and soybean farmers typically try to keep their grain losses to a minimum – no more than a few bushels per acre. But a few bushels per acre means a lot more monetarily these days than it used it....More
An expansion of soybean production into areas where soybean has seldom, if ever, been grown can be problematic for some farmers. Soils having high pH values and large amounts of calcium and/or magnesium carbonate are notoriously iron deficient....More
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