Tag » soybean farming

Climate Smart Commodities

How Commodities Affect Climate Change

The world today is much more conscious of keeping our earth green and working hard to do its part to…

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Brent and Mollie Greenway

South Dakota Soybean Stories: The Greenways

This year, we met with Brent and Mollie Greenway to talk about their operation near Mitchell, South Dakota, where their…

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Soy For Food Fuel

Soy for Food Fuel in Third-World Countries

Global food security is an ever-growing problem that the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH), is helping solve…

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From Soy to Bacon! Pigs Powered by Soybeans

Americans love bacon and it’s easy to tell why. From a crispy breakfast side dish to a salty addition to…

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What’s Produced Across the State?

It’s no secret that agriculture is a big deal in the state of South Dakota. In fact, agriculture is the…

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New uses of soy

New Uses for Soy: It’s Probably More Than You Think!

You may not know it, but you’re probably using soy in more ways than you think. You don’t have to…

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high oleic soybean oil

What is High Oleic Soybean Oil?

Did you know that chances are you consume High Oleic Soybean Oil almost every day? It is in salad dressings,…

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Soybean Growth

Soybeans are one of the biggest crops in South Dakota, accounting for about 30 percent of the crops grown in…

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How Farmers Apply Pesticides in Four Steps

We recently asked the question: What would you do if you drove by a field and saw a farmer spraying…

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harvest-season

Harvest Season with Jeff Thompson

As summer creeps to an end, our farmers get ready for one of the busiest times of the year —…

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soybeans on the road

Soybeans On The Road

U.S. Soybean farmers are always looking for new avenues to utilize soybeans in a beneficial and sustainable way. Biosynthetic Technologies…

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What Family Means On Scott Family Farms

You can’t talk about farming without talking about farm families. After all, 97% of farms in the U.S. are family…

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Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner 2018

Our Top Five Stories From 2018

Cheers to another great year of farm visits, conversations and digging into the truth behind how food is grown and…

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Hungry for Truth Dane's Crop Report 2018

Dane’s Crop Report: GMO Seeds and Cover Crops For the Win

South Dakota farmers may have planted a record soybean crop this year, but the growing season and harvest have been…

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Hungry for Truth Soybean Harvest with Dave and Miriam Iverson South Dakota family farmers

Improving Sustainability With Every Harvest

If farming is like football, harvest is a soybean farmer’s championship game. They’ve clocked countless hours planning, preparing and nurturing…

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Sustainability is key for South Dakota farmer and Hungry for Truth advocate David Struck.

The Sustainability Story of a Five-Generation Farm

Since 1896, David Struck’s family has been farming and caring for their land in Wolsey, South Dakota. Today, three generations…

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Hungry for Truth BJ Hansen Beef Farm

Diversity Drives Sustainability on Hansen Family Farm

For South Dakota soybean farmers, sustainability means doing the right thing for the environment and continuously improving the land for…

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Paul Casper walks through his field.

Technology Helps Farmers Be Good Neighbors

When it comes to food and choices in the grocery store, it’s tough enough to decide what to make for…

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