Soy Checkoff Helps Fuel Demand Surge

Soy Checkoff Helps Fuel Demand Surge

A recent article in Farm Progress stated that global demand for soybeans has risen by more than 241 percent since 1990. By comparison, corn and wheat demand grew by 130 percent and 37 percent, respectively, during the same period.

This is just one example of the positive impact farmers’ checkoff dollars is having on their market opportunity. Learn more about the continued development of U.S. soy’s future in diversified international and domestic markets in the full article by clicking HERE.

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