(Farms.com) Under the Microscope: Researching a Better Bean
While science works to increase protein for end users, soy checkoff knows that yield for soybean farmers can’t fall by the wayside.
“Soybean meal research will ultimately add value to the U.S. soybean,” adds Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Principal Investigator Doug Allen. “Adding value to agriculture means adding value to the family farm and local economies, but also responsibly contributing to more sustainable agriculture for generations to come.”
Learn how soybean checkoff continuously invests in research to keep U.S. soybean meal a top priority for end users.