Ohio soybean exports have topped more than 2 billion bushels in recent years – equal to half of the state’s production – making logistics and infrastructure a critical part of the industry. While infrastructure in Ohio itself is important, more than 600 million bushels that leave the state also pass through the Panama Canal, which
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Farmers are caretakers of the land. While growing crops from the soil, they monitor its health and add nutrients as needed. In turn, they have been held increasingly responsible for the water that passes over and through their fields and what that water carries with it as it goes. According to researchers at Ohio State’s
The Ohio Soybean Council Board of Trustee elections will be held in five districts this summer. Districts up for election include: Districts Up for Election District 7 – Auglaize, Mercer, Miami and Shelby Counties District 8 – Champaign, Hardin and Logan Counties District 10 – Butler, Darke, Hamilton, Montgomery and Preble Counties District 12 –
A new coating technology, Soy-PK Reactive Oligomer Cross-Linker, which could be used to replace Bisphenol A (BPA) in a wide variety of applications has been awarded second place in the Bio-Based Chemical Innovation of the Year category during the 2016 Bio-Based Innovation Awards. This award follows recognition of the product during the 2015 European Coatings