A clean-burning, non-toxic renewable fuel made from soybean oil
Soybeans without stacked traits, including pest resistance
Plant material left on the field after harvest
LOW LINOLENIC SOYBEANS
Soybeans that contain less linolenic acid, resulting in more stable soybean oil
There are 83.7 million acres of land planted to soy in the U.S. One acre of soybeans can make 40,000 servings of tofu. One acre of soybeans can produce 82,368 crayons. US farmers first grew soybeans as cattle feed. During the Civil War, soybeans were used in place of coffee. Elevators in the Statue of Liberty use a soybean-based hydraulic fluid. ND produces enough soybeans to make 483 billion crayons each year. April is National Soyfoods Month!