Syncing Soybean Production with Demand Requires Reliable Ports, Rail, Roads and Bridges
August 4, 2021
Iowa soybean farmers are involved in an international enterprise. Nearly one of every two rows of soybeans grown in Iowa is destined for consumption somewhere other than the United States. Matching production with demand requires quality and dependable infrastructure. Mike Steenhoek, executive director of the Soy Transportation Coalition, offers the latest on the state of America’s ports, rails, road and bridges and how investments made by soybean farmers are paying dividends for every bushel grown and sold.