OPENING A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIANA SOYBEANS
Indiana soybean exports account for more than half of the state’s total agricultural exports, which generates an abundance of agricultural revenue and jobs.
In 2011, 150 million bushels of Indiana soybeans, including whole soybeans, soybean meal and soybean oil, were exported to foreign markets. Today, sustaining a strong market internationally remains a top priority to Indiana soybean farmers.
Indiana’s infrastructure is an integral part in keeping an active trade momentum for the state. Maintaining railways, waterways and roads is a start to ensuring national and international trade remains intact. Support of transportation directly supports soybean trade.