Soybeans continually prove to have a variety of uses. Located in Yellow Springs, Ohio, EnviroFlight, LLC has taken the use of soy to a whole new level. Diminishing fish stocks coupled with increased global demand has resulted in a 400 percent increase in fishmeal’s price over the last 20 years. This statistic is part of
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WORTHINGTON, Ohio – The Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) recently welcomed Barry McGraw as the new Director of Product Development & Commercialization. Tom Fontana, former OSC Director of New Use Development will take on a new role as Director of Research & Education. As Director of Product Development & Commercialization, McGraw will lead OSC’s new use
Ohio Farmers See Opportunity in High Oleic Soybeans The food industry is soy oil’s biggest user, but since the onset of trans fat labeling, the U.S. soy industry has lost 4 billion pounds of annual edible-oil market share. That’s the oil from 359 million bushels of soybeans – every year. One way to recapture the
WORTHINGTON, Ohio – Ohio soybean farmers understand that today’s youth is the future of the soybean industry and all of agriculture. For this reason, the Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) and soybean checkoff have launched a new website to provide educators with a wide array of relevant classroom materials and direct access to industry partners. The