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Yield Per Harvested Area and River System

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Transport 
Description
USSoybeanStatistics_v23
Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Yield Per Harvested Area and Railway System

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Transport 
Description
Railway_infographic_v1
Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Yield Per Harvested Area and Highway Systems

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Soy Farms Soy Market 
Description
USSoybeanStatistics_v22
Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Yield Per Harvested Area and U.S. Exports

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Soy Farms 
Description
USSoybeanStatistics_v2
Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

A Framework for Sustainable Farming

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Sustainability 
Description
USSoybeanStatistics_v26
Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Sustainability Starts on the Farm Presentation

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics Presentations  | 4.18 MB
Category Sustainability 
Description

Every day — in times of abundance or scarcity, plentiful rain or heartbreaking drought — United States soybean farmers work to protect and conserve the land.

As a result of sound science, ongoing research and faithful implementation of key conservation practices, our farmers have increased their yields by 55% on roughly the same amount of land. And, as our yields have increased, we have achieved a marked decrease in carbon emissions, energy and fuel use, greenhouse gas and soil erosion.

Learn more about some of the top farming practices U.S. soybean farmers have developed, adopted and proven essential to their ongoing efforts toward sustainable success.

Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Sustainability Starts On the Farm

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Infographics 
Category Sustainability 
Description

Every day — in times of abundance or scarcity, plentiful rain or heartbreaking drought — United States soybean farmers work to protect and conserve the land.

As a result of sound science, ongoing research and faithful implementation of key conservation practices, our farmers have increased their yields by 55% on roughly the same amount of land. And, as our yields have increased, we have achieved a marked decrease in carbon emissions, energy and fuel use, greenhouse gas and soil erosion.

Learn more about some of the top farming practices U.S. soybean farmers have developed, adopted and proven essential to their ongoing efforts toward sustainable success.

Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council

Sustainability Starts on the Farm – Interactive

Monday, October 26, 2015
Infographics 
Category Sustainability 
Description

Sustainability Starts on the Farm

 

Language
English

Author
United Soybean Export Council