Growers like the profit potential of planting high oleic soybeans, end users like their performance
The farm economy has been in a holding pattern for years now, and managing for the future is more important than ever. On his family farm in the Shenandoah Valley, Marty Kable has had to make some tough decisions. This year, he, along with farmers in 12 states around the United States including Iowa, planted high oleic soybeans to increase his profit potential.
In total, U.S. soybean farmers planted 650,000 acres of the premium soybeans this year.
Kable has actually increased acreage for High Horizons Farm Inc., on the eastern tip of West Virginia, through careful management and support...
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