Biodiesel, renewable diesel fueling new markets for soybean farmers

Biodiesel, renewable diesel fueling new markets for soybean farmers

Expanding biofuels markets are creating new opportunities for soybean farmers.

Nebraska farmer Greg Anderson says additional soy crushing facilities across the Midwest will help meet demand for renewable diesel and biodiesel. “People are now crushing beans for the oil. That’s never happened before in my lifetime as I recall and keeping the value here and serving those markets is going to be very important to soybean farmers’ profitability.”

He tells Brownfield it also adds value to his product.


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