The Delaware Soybean Board administers the federal Soybean Checkoff, a 100% farmer-funded program, to benefit First State soybean farmers.

 

Our mission is to improve the profitability of Delaware soybean farmers by conducting research, marketing and educational activities which result in a stronger soybean industry.

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Five Ways Delaware Farmers are Excelling at Sustainability

When Delaware’s soybean farmers began planting this spring, they did so with the environment in mind.

Based on statistics from the United Soybean Board’s “Soy Sustainability” report released in early 2017, Delaware soybean farmers produced 5.5 million bushels on 175,000 acres, averaging 32 bushels per acre in 2010. By 2015, through the responsible use of technology and implementing efficiencies in how they farm, they were able to produce 6.9 million bushels on 173,000 acres, averaging 40 bushels per acre.

Research

The Delaware Soybean Board funds soybean research on an annual basis to support the viability and profitability of soybean farmers in Delaware.

Soy Products

Hundreds of different soy-biobased products are being offered today by American companies.

Yield Contest

It’s about more than bragging rights. It’s about discovering varieties and management choices that work for soybean growers in Delaware.

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Yield Contest Winners 2020

Delaware Soybean Board Congratulates 2020 Yield Contest Winners Through a virtual soybean school, hosted today by University of Delaware Extension Cooperative Extension, the Delaware Soybean Board...

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Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company recently announced their goal to phase out all petroleum from its products by the year 2040, using soybean oil in its place!

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Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company recently announced their goal to phase out all petroleum from its products by the year 2040, using soybean oil in its place!

Full Story: https://bit.ly/3c9xo3m

Researchers have identified genes in soybean plants with natural resistance to nematodes that feed on soybean roots and are now using that information to bring new tools to farmers in the fight against soybean cyst nematode (SCN). ... See MoreSee Less

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Danielle Bauer

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