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QUALISOY™is a collaborative effort among the soybean industry to help market the development and availability of healthier soybeans and soy oil, reduce environmental impacts of livestock production through improved soybean meal, and improve the global competitiveness of the U.S. soybean industry.


Soybean Premiums

This web site and tool will help producers find and contract premium, value-added opportunities near their operation.


SoybeanPremiums.org
 allows buyers to post their premium programs, providing growers a detailed program listing along with links to additional resources. 


Market Information

Purdue Risk Managment Resources: Sign up on Purdue's web site to gain access to serveral risk managment resources. The materials on this site are part of the Integrated Risk Management Initiative, a partnership between ISA and the Center for Commercial Agriculture.
 

CME: View soybean-specific exchange information from the Chicago Board of Trade, the CME Group's trading arm for agricultural commodities.


Latest WASDE Report:
A quarterly USDA report of world agricultural supply and demand estimates.


USDA Quarterly Grain Stocks Report:
report that tells us how much grain is left, broken down by commodity and state – on the farm off the farm. Using this report could help you gauge what’s going on and if there is going to be a future surplus or shortage.


Other Management Resources

Indiana Soybean Processors: See a listing of Indiana crushing facilities.


Soy Transportation Coalition Calculator: When selling soybeans, farmers must consider not only the price for the beans but also the transportation costs to get the crop from the field to the elevator. The Soy Transportation Council Calculator is a simple tool for determining the economic impact of transporting soybeans to various locations. Use this tool to help you determine your most efficient, profitable transportation option.


For other farm production resources, visit our Production and Research Resources.

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