Outreach & Education
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Outreach & Education

Farming is a family affair; in fact, nearly 99% U.S. farms are family farms. And those families work 90% of the land and are responsible for 89% of farm production, according to USDA.


Our North Dakota soybean producers are from all types of farms — from varying generations to commodities grown and animals raised, geography and more. But they all have one thing in common: their passion for farming and the families behind them.


The North Dakota Soybean Council (NDSC) works to engage and communicate with non-farmers in various ways throughout the year. NDSC exhibits at state agricultural trade shows, state health and nutrition fairs as well as educational events. North Dakota soybean farmers are committed to building greater awareness among non-farmers about modern agriculture and the many ways soybeans impact their everyday lives.

You can find soybeans grown in North Dakota just about everywhere — your food, your food’s food, your fuel, asphalt, adhesives, motor oil, tires, paints, crayons and more. The North Dakota Soybean Council and soybean checkoff continues researching and finding markets for soybeans to keep this impressive list going on and on. Learn more at www.ndsoybean.org/hitting-a-homerun-with-soy