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Soybeans led Virginia’s Top 12 farm and forest exports in 2016

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Overseas demand for soybeans is strong, and the popular legume was the top Virginia farm and forest export in 2016.

Va. grain farmers enjoying near-perfect planting conditions

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Virginia grain growers have enjoyed almost perfect planting conditions so far this spring.

Virginia Farm Bureau Grain Marketing key player in supply chain

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Virginia’s farmers produced more than half a billion bushels of grain and soybeans between 2006 and 2012. And the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Grain Marketing Division moves millions of those bushels across the state annually.

Heavy rainfall virtually halts fieldwork, damages some Va. crops

Although Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Virginia “dodged a bullet” with Hurricane Joaquin, farmers still got hit with crop damage.

‘Consumers are asking’ for edamame, soybean growers find

Edamame is well on its way to becoming a protein option for some Virginians.

Virginia soybeans added to stink bug’s farm targets

The brown marmorated stink bug has become even more of a pest since being discovered in more than 40 county soybean fields in the state.

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