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Ikatja Qanderson
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i think, and i'm not going to say this again, but i think there are a lot of misconceptions about soybeans and farmers. but i think we've gotten a lot better in the last few years. there's a lot of growers that get tired of soybeans and call it quits after a while. there's a lot of people who farm it and just get tired of the bugs and weeds and trying to keep the weeds under control. but i think the biggest misconception with soybeans is that we've talked about, you know, the yield potential, but the yield potential should not be your driving factor. we've got to remember that soybeans are a perennial crop. most of the soybeans grown this year will never be harvested. and you should always be concerned with the quality of your soybeans. so, if you're getting 100 bushels, how is that soybean going to perform on the market if you're getting 100 bushels of soybeans, what's the quality of that soybean what's the protein content what's the oil content what's the protein content and the oil content what's the moisture content and what's the mineral content you know, those are the things you want to be looking at, not just how much yield you get.

with soybeans, there's three general groups of soybeans: there's the traditional soybean, the modern soybean, and the non-gmo soybean. they all have their benefits and their draw backs. but i think the modern soybean has a little bit more, just with a little bit more of a yield. so i think that's probably where we'll see most of the gains in soybeans.

i think its going to be more of a mixed crop, really. but i think soybeans are a good crop to grow. not only is it easy to grow, but it's fairly easy to farm. now, the hardest part is to make sure that you know what you are doing when it comes to the rotation. and i think that's the biggest part of the farming. it's a lot of math, it's a lot of trial and error, but it is also a lot of fun. the fun part of farming is you really can't go wrong. i think that's what people don't understand, is if you're growing beans and you're growing soybeans, you're growing beans and you're getting a yield out of it. if you're growing corn, you're getting a yield out of it, but you're not getting beans out of it. that's the fun part, knowing what you're doing. 3d9ccd7d82




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