Soybean Farming

Soybean is a major crop in the U.S. For every soybean farmer, maximum yield is the ultimate goal. If you are interested in starting your own soybean farm, we have a basic guide to help you. You can find tips in soybean planting, harvesting and storage.

You can also find links to resources on soybean farming, soybean farms and equipment.

Soybeans are used in a variety of ways – as food substitute, fertilizer, animal feed and source of special oils, among other uses. They are planted by many farmers in the U.S. and have become a major crop for the country. If you are interested in growing soybeans as a crop, here are some tips.

Guide to Soybean Planting

Before planting soybean seeds, you could take soil samples for your farm for testing to know whether you would need to condition your soil. Soybeans grow best in soil that is neither too acidic nor too alkaline. Add lime to lessen acidity or ammonium sulphate to increase alkalinity. Add composts, manure or fertilizer to increase the soil’s fertility. Although some varieties can be grown at all seasons, soybeans are usually planted in May and harvested in October.

Different varieties of soybeans grow differently under different conditions. And so, the most important decision a farmer planning to start a soybean farm would have to make is with regards to the choice of soybean variety to plant. Choosing the breed of soybeans that will thrive well under a farm’s climate is crucial to attaining maximum yield for a crop. If you are just starting a soybean farm, you can ask local seed dealers’ recommendation on the best variety to plant around your area. Later on, you can conduct your own on-farm trials to discover which variety produces the highest yield for your farm.

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Planting should follow specific requirements such as spacings between rows and spacing within rows. Plants should be watered regularly, weeded and protected from insects. Soybean production is more effective at about 300 acres of plantation. And it results to higher yields too. A yield of 50 bushels-per-acre is considered high.

Soybean Harvesting and Storage

Harvesting equipment are employed to harvest soybeans. In harvesting, care is taken to minimize breaking or cracking of the beans. The same care should be observed when sending the beans to storage. The beans must be stored in conditions that will prevent the soybeans from insect infestations. Both the beans and the containers should be clean and dry. In general, potential insect infestations could be averted with proper harvesting, loading and storage practices. Use of insecticides is not advised for two reasons: it is an added expense and there are few recommended insecticides available for this.

Resources on Soybean Farming

You can visit soybean farms growers suppliers for resources on soybean growing, visit the American Soybean Association (ASA).  You can visit www.farm.ewg.org for information on soybean subsidies in the US. To find soybean farms for sale, visit www.soybeanfarms.com.

Equipment. Getting quality used equipment with a good service guarantee saves farmers time and money. Buying used farm equipment from dealerships offering service plans and extended warranties just makes sense.  

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244 Comments

  • k said on June 1, 2009
    thanks; please send more information.
  • satish said on June 29, 2009
    2 months for farming soybean
  • ANTHONY KEDARI said on June 30, 2009
    thanks; please send more information. I am a beginner.
  • Ram_Gandu said on August 6, 2009
    Soybean is good
  • adetoyi adeyinka said on September 4, 2009
    please, i am interested in soybean farming, i need more tips that will help thanks
  • jimmy said on September 8, 2009
    need information on growing and starting a soybean farm.
  • Ranjeet singh khamare said on September 14, 2009
    It is second year as I am continuing with soybean farming. In-fact I am interested to know more about the techniques to get maximum average per acre in vidharb mah. At present I could get only 6 qntl. per acre.
  • justin said on October 16, 2009
    yes i would love to have more info on soybeans and the way to start your own farm my brother and i have really no clue but have 300 acres to work with
  • mohamed said on January 3, 2010
    need to know how to start soybean farm what kind of equipment i need and if it possible. how many acres do i need if i want to process 6Ton. every day 365 of the year. thanks
  • eniola said on January 11, 2010
    i need to know the average profit that can be made from 300 acres with 50 bushels /acre and the commodity price
  • Delmer Hope said on January 24, 2010
    Can you give me the average cost per acre to grow soybeans? And how much a acre should yield. Dixon Mills, Alabama, 36784, USA
  • surlena smith said on February 3, 2010
    i want to start soybean farming in Forsyth, Georgia, USA
  • colleen knowles said on February 13, 2010
    Information on growing & starting a Soy Bean farm.
  • Irwin Ruiz said on March 25, 2010
    I just want to plant 2 food plots for wildlife. About 2 acres. I need to know what type seed, how to manage the planting-rows, spacing, etc. I live in southern Mississippi.
  • Abhishek kuthe said on March 26, 2010
    Hay this is a good article for the beginner. Can u also let me know the average cost per acre to grow soybean. I have 10 acres of farm, is it a good idea to do the soybean farming? what would be the maximum outcome from 10 acres. Abhishek, Nagpur, Maharastra, India
  • jeminoth mugovi said on April 9, 2010
    i want more information on starting soyabean farming especially chemicals and other requirements as the crop grows. i want to start up with 2 hectares in zimbabwe africa
  • asha.mhatre said on April 15, 2010
    DUE TO LABOUR PROBLEM WE WANTED MACHINERY FOR MAIZE & SOYA HARVESTING
  • Caleb said on April 26, 2010
    I have about 250 acres of land and I'm highly thinking about using the land for starting a soybean farm. I have some farming background but I don't know much about soybeans. Any info regarding equipment, chemicals, watering, harvesting, etc would be greatly appreciated. Tutwiler, Mississippi, USA
  • comfort asare said on May 12, 2010
    Am much interested in soya beans farming, Am now working on a 20 acres of land in the northern, upper west and east religion, kintampo, yeji in Ghana. Am an Accounting Student but want to go into farming as well. Can u please help me with " how, when" of this seeds? Comfort in Ghana
  • Prashant Bardey said on May 17, 2010
    I have 100 acre farm land in India. I get average yield of 800 kilo per acres only. Please suggest me ways to increase my production, what scientific way would improve my production. Madhya Pradesh (Central part of India) Thanking you. Regards, Prashant Bardey
  • kendos B Majid said on May 24, 2010
    My business is located in Kampala, Uganda and I major in food. Soon I'm introducing crop farming mainly soybeans, millet and maize so I'm requesting for all information regarding the three crops that will help me get the best out of my investment. Thank You
  • yogesh Patil said on June 22, 2010
    I m an Engineer working in well-known MNC. I have 205 acre of land, in this season i want plantation of soybean pl guide me
  • Lisa said on June 26, 2010
    I have 60 acre in Adamsville, TN. Want to know how to start a soybean farm on. How much $$ do I need approximately to farm per acre. Any tips on any Soybean farm management company? Would prefer to hire someone to plant the seeds, spray pesticides, and harvest as I am a female. Would appreciate response to n_moua06@hotmail.com
  • ricardo cinco said on July 5, 2010
    could you provide me with a copy of a feasibility study for soybean farming. I want to read and study first before I venture into the business. I have about 5 hectares of land which I can use for this purpose. I am from Norzagaray, Bulacan, Manila, Philippines ZIP code 3013
  • Dr. Ekema J. Manga said on July 15, 2010
    CAMCAN AGRO INDUSTRIES, CAMEROON. I NEED A PLANTING AND HARVESTING USED MACHINE. CAN YOU HELP ME? THANKS, Dr. Manga
  • Anand M. Badkhal said on July 21, 2010
    My research topic is "EFFECT OF CYCOCEL ON PARTITIONING OF DRY MATTER AND YIELD OF SOYBEAN(GLYCINE MAX)"
  • Narender Yadav said on July 26, 2010
    i want start buisness of soyabean at utter pradesh. i don't have any experience of this business. mathura, utter pradesh, india
  • sandeep raghuwanshi said on August 8, 2010
    I have 75 acre farm land in India. I get average yield of 800 kilo per acres only. Please suggest me ways to increase my production, what scientific way would improve my production. Thanking you. i want more information on starting soyabean farming especially chemicals and other requirements as the crop grows. please provide me a list of pesticide which i want to spray and increase my production....sandeep raghuwanshi,vidisha district( Madhya Pradesh ,Central part of India)
  • tawanda said on September 2, 2010
    i am in zimbabwe i have 20 acre farm in need to increase my yield my soil is virgin so i would love to have information to be successful.
  • Jason Merchant said on September 10, 2010
    Hi, I'm new to farming and I'm interested in soybeans, corn and winter wheat. Any information will be appreciated. My farm is as of right now 75 acres but looking to buy 50 more acres. Stanford Kentucky is where my farm is located. Thanks Jason
  • Andries Vorster said on October 4, 2010
    I would appreciate if you could send me more information on how to start a soya farm. I am in South Africa and do realise that conditions will differ, but if you can forward me some information it will help me a lot. I specifically need to know how labor intensive soya farming is.
  • Macks Lesufi said on October 9, 2010
    My business is in South Africa, Limpopo and would like to start a soya bean farming on my plots and need more information and brochures if available.
  • Atul Thakre said on October 22, 2010
    Hello Myself atul m Thakre i have 22 acre land in india i have given 8 quintal per acre soybean. but i have been farming traditionally i want complete technical information regarding farming of soyabean
  • Tawanda Rukuni said on November 30, 2010
    Thank you very much for the information. Am very much interested in commercial soya bean production. Please assist me with more information. I am in Mvuma, Zimbabwe
  • dede said on January 5, 2011
    HI, did u mean 'Add lime to INCREASE acidity?(of the soil)' Anyway, i want to ask on the climate suitability, is there a reason on why majority of the soybeans are grown in US, Brazil Argentina and China? I live in Indonesia(biggest consumer of raw soybeans), but above 80% are imported. Is there a way to grow good quality beans in a tropical Indonesian climate?
  • Joseph Tembo said on January 17, 2011
    Zimbabwe ,Harare .what is the best time to grow Soya beans and what are the fertilizers to put
  • MONALISA MUCHEMWA said on January 26, 2011
    i'm doing a project on soya bean which says THE IMPACT OF SOYA BEAN PRODUCTION ON LIVELIHOODS FOR SMALLHOLDER FARMERS IN SHAMVA DISTRICT.MAY U HELP ME WITH SOME OF THE INFORMATION
  • janet annor said on January 27, 2011
    my self and my husband want to go into big scale farming of soya beans in Ghana.please we would like more information on and brochures then machines and equipments.
  • Nasiru A, Musa said on February 2, 2011
    am planning to start soybean production in North Central,Nigeria{kwara state}please guide me on how to go about the farming to get maximum yield.
  • Sujit Bobade said on February 11, 2011
    i have 30 acres land but i want increase my yield i have last 15 years soybean growers but i am not satisfied so plz.send me better yield thanking you
  • daniel said on February 12, 2011
    Thanks for the information ,can you provide me with a feasibility report on soya bean farming per acre ,the different pesticides I can use and planting techniques I can use, I have about 10 hecters in mazoe zimbabwe. A
  • Janny Thiel said on March 2, 2011
    I am interested in starting a soybean farm in midwest. I want to know if I can make a living at it. Wishing to change occupations, currently work in import/export. What would I need to start up? Does anyone know profitability of it? I come from a family of farmers but mostly Dairy farmers so not clueless, but definitely need mentor.
  • Peter said on March 11, 2011
    Thank you very much for the information. I am very much interested in commercial soya bean production. Please assist me with more information that you may have. I am in Chivhu, Zimbabwe. am looking to produce on 40ha farm. Many thnx
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 12, 2011
    @Peter, Hi Peter, where are you in the process of starting soybean farming business? What is your budget? Do you wish to start this business on 40ha land or just a part of it? Do you have any prior experience in farming? Here is the answer to your asked question though.

    what are the fertilizers and chemicals required for soybean farming?
    it is best for soil to have a 50-50 crop mix farming with corn. you will need nitrogen for soil bacteria, phosphorus before seeding and potassium as well.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • Ankit goel said on April 16, 2011
    hello, sir/mam recently i knew the usage of soybean and i'm thinking about soya bari plant at GIDA (gorakhpur,U.P.),so kindly tell me that is suitable location for the plant of soya bari and if it is suitable then tell me the total investment of plant. Regards, Ankit goel
  • onek keneth said on May 29, 2011
    send for me the manual for training the farmers on ground nut, beans, maize, soybeans plantation and management. i am an agricultural officer in palabek kal subcounty-lamwo district
  • daphney Ledwaba said on June 6, 2011
    Please provide which location in South Africa are most suitable for growing Soy beans and What are the existing Soy Bean association for affiliation in South Africa
  • Joshua Almeida Tambara said on June 18, 2011
    My name is Joshua from Mozambique. I am not an agriculture engineer but I am interested to help our local farmers to know how to calculate the cost of production for soy beans. Anyone who can have manuals, in English or Portuguese, please email them to me if possible.
  • Pam said on June 24, 2011
    Hi, From Kampala, Uganda. Have about 10 acres of land and I'm interested in Soya bean production but would like more information on whether this size of production is profitable. Thank you
  • prince said on June 28, 2011
    pls suggest me if i wants to cultivation soybean in Bangladesh so what equipment's and requirements needed. pls cooperate me regarding my query i will be please to u
  • chambala chanda said on July 11, 2011
    I am from Zambia we have a 12000 hectare parcel of land which we intend to put under soya bean production we would like expert advise on how we can profitably cultivate on this huge parcel of land
  • prince said on July 13, 2011
    dear pls send me soil requirements and from where i will collect seed pls Let me know
  • chama kalaba said on July 19, 2011
    I want to grow soya beans I am in zambia luapula province. I need know how to go about soya bean farming. Kindly assist me with information on how to grow soya beans.
  • babatunde abdullateef said on July 21, 2011
    I am a Nigerian with 2hectares of land, i want your professional advice on harvesting methods, storage methods. Can i plant maize in the soya land. thanks.
  • Isiaq Jimoh said on July 23, 2011
    I am interested in soya bean farm, I currently have 8 hectares of land and can increase to 50 hectares I need best method, type of crop to rotate or mixed with soya beans in the plantation, the kind of farm machine to produce and process the beans in commercial nature
  • babangida said on July 24, 2011
    i m impressed with this little hint of your.i want to be the largest soybeans producer in the world. pls send me more article
  • Adhola Kennedy Otiti said on August 13, 2011
    I am interested in starting soya bean farming at a communal farming level in Eastern Uganda, Butaleja District, Budumba and Busabi sub-counties
  • KYEN-EMOH DANJUMA said on August 15, 2011
    I WANT TO START SOYA BEANS FARMING ON A COMMERCIAL SCALE IN GASSOL, DONGA AND WUKARI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS , TARABA STATE , NIGERIA CAN YOU HELP WITH RELEVANT IDEAS AND JOURNALS? MY ADDRESS IS C/O MR JOHN ONUMADU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, PRIVATE MAIL BAG, 1029, WUKARI, TARABA STATE, NIGERIA.
  • John Bosco Nyeko said on August 19, 2011
    Hello, my brother and I have over 1111 hectares of very fertile farm land. The farm has been idle for over 20 years. Now we wish to grow soya beans on a large scale. We have approached a bank in the area and they need a proposal, any ideas how I can come up with a good proposal on commercial soya bean production? We need to lease a tractor and equipments from the bank as well as some working capital. Please help am in Gulu, Northern Uganda, East Africa.
  • Syed Atiqur Rahman said on August 19, 2011
    I am interested in starting SOYA BEAN Farming, Please provide me the complete details (Seeding, Nurturing Soya Bean, Harvesting) regarding Soya Bean Farming and which is the suitable season for seeding farm. Which Pesticides and Fertilizers to be used for best production. My Farm is of Black Soil. The Seasons and respective Temperature (Min to Max) in degree Celcius in this region are given below.
    Rain - June to September (25C to 36C)
    Winter - October to January(20C to 31C)
    Summer - Febrary to May (23C to 44C)
    Which variety of soya bean is good for above mention soils and seasons in that region. I would be very thankful if you could send the soya bean farming details to below mentioned Email:- sdrahman@rediffmail.com Syed from Raichur District,Karnataka State,India.
  • Yusuf Wor said on August 24, 2011
    From Tororo in eastern Uganda, through a local corporate in I have stake, we have been able to mobilise communities in Nagongera and Kirewa sub counties of Tororo to take on commercial soya bean production. Lots of lessons to share! Thanks ever so much for your site info. Offers encouragement.
  • James D Chilambwe said on August 24, 2011
    I am in Lusaka Zambia and in need of information on costs of growing soya beans and sorghum in Zambia
  • Alice Kunguma said on August 29, 2011
    We are farmers development organization advocating for farming as a business in Zimbabwe. This summer season we plan to coordinate the production of 30 000ha soyabeans by large and small scale growers. Information in production and mechanization will be welcome. Production director
  • Tapiwa Mhandu said on August 30, 2011
    My name is Tapiwa from Zimbabwe, I am looking forward to start soya bean production this coming season for the first time for commercial purposes but I do not have enough knowledge on what input to use. I welcome every information to make my project a success.
  • Ravichandran said on September 15, 2011
    would like to know soyabean can be cultivated in chennai,india or in and around area!
  • Hashim said on September 22, 2011
    Dear sir, i am looking for a supplier CAMEROON who can deliver viable apple seeds to India. We require in bulk and monthly supply schedule. forestseedco@gmail.com
  • Inna sani said on October 2, 2011
    i want to start soybean farming around kuje area of Abuja, Nigeria. i have @70ha of land available. i would like your help on a step by step way to start a successful soybean farm. Thank you.
  • Tarun singh said on October 9, 2011
    I am from india (state-madya pradesh-city--Satna). i want to start a business in physical soybean trading . every year we cultivated a tons of soybean and then selling it to our city only(satna). but in this i am not making enough money so that i want to sale it to some other place where i can get a good margin profit. kindly let me guide to start a good business.
  • olabamiji tunde said on October 11, 2011
    4rm Ilesa,Osun state.NGR. I want 2 know if soyabeans can be planted all d season without d weather or climate condition being taken into consideration. And if not, what are d conditions 4 continuous planting?
  • chisanga chibamba said on October 11, 2011
    am from zambia. am trying to stat soybeans farming, where do i stat from?
  • christian Musungwa said on October 18, 2011
    I am from Zimbabwe in Region 2 in Mhangura. I would like to know the time to plant soya beans as well as the fertilizers to be used. We normally have rainfall from November to March.
  • Alvine said on October 20, 2011
    Blessed with the privilege of living in the fertile region of Mashonaland Central of Zimbabwe, I am considering to pursue farming as a business. How much inputs for soyabean production do I need to start up on my 4 hectare plot?
  • Lee Ndhlovu said on October 25, 2011
    I would like to have more information about soyabean farming in Zimbabwe. I live in Mashonaland Central Province Mwurwi. We have our rains from November to march. I would like to know about disease control and to have some tips to get a high yield
  • Ohene Opare Eric said on November 7, 2011
    Ghana (weneba Central Region)I need guide to start vegetable farming on 20 aces of land.
  • simbarashe said on November 7, 2011
    i have 20 hectares of land in masvingo province in zimbabwe. May you please assist me with more information on saybeans farming and l would also like to inquire if it is possible to grow paprika, soybeans and tobacco in one year using crop rotation
  • HC.Rathie said on November 15, 2011
    Dear Respected Sir, Greetings to you in the of Our Lord Jesus. I would like to inform about soya bean agriculture. Can you participant our work. Now we planting soya bean. If willing to do co-operate with us. Can i join your work. I am from Myanmar. Please contact me. God bless you HC.Rathie, Yangon, Myanmar
  • Kato Nsubuga said on November 24, 2011
    Hello, May i know how much one could yield after planting one acre of land of soya beans?
  • Melesse Adugna said on November 25, 2011
    I am from Ethiopia I am looking forward to start Soya bean production soon for commercial purpose but I don't have enough knowledge on the production process except that i have enough land for it. so I need your support and waiting for any information that will help me. Thank you
  • Itai Kenelly said on November 25, 2011
    I wish to start a soya bean production project, need tips on how to grow this crop. I am based in Zimbabwe.
  • DAN HASSAN said on December 11, 2011
    I LIVE IN KURA, KANO, NIGERIA, CAN I GROW SOYBEANS DURING HARMATTAN SEASON AND SUCCEED?
  • N Vijaya bhaskar said on December 21, 2011
    I am interested to know the commercial production & marketing facility of Soybean, can you help me out to carry the process. I am based at Hyderabad, India
  • Ovie said on January 31, 2012
    I am a Nigeria, i want to start soybean farming and using it to for production of packaging food. how do i go about it
  • Mike said on January 31, 2012
    Hi, I am Mike Lopez from Pangasinan, Philippines. I have a 10 hectar corn farmland. I would like to venture on soybeans production. Do you have information on how/where to get certified seeds? I check site posted in this blog and the suppliers are from USA. Do we have seed suppliers here in the Philippines? Thanks in advance.
  • SHEHU said on February 4, 2012
    MY FARM IS LOCATED IN KADUNA CITY, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA. I AM INTERESTED IN SOYA BEANS FARMING, AS A BEGINNER I WOULD LIKE YOU TO KINDLY FURNISH ME WITH AS MUCH INFORMATION
  • musakutama said on March 17, 2012
    As a beginner i am requesting for more guidance on soyabeans farming
  • nattie said on March 19, 2012
    hi i am interested in soybean farming. I have a farm in the eastern highlands in Zimbabwe, as a beginner please furnish me with as much information in relation to planting times, how to harvest, get seeds etc
  • SANGRAM SINGH said on March 20, 2012
    SIR I WANT TO START A SOYBEAN FARMING IN GORAKHPUR(UTTARPRADESH,U.P.) WHAT WILL BE THE BASIC REQUIREMENT TO START THIS WORK. RIGHT NOW I AM HAVING 10 ACRE LAND. SO PLEASE SUGGEST ME THE BEST GUIDELINE FROM YOUR SIDE
  • Jawed Anwar said on March 25, 2012
    I have got 200 Acres of Land in Punjab. Wanted to grow Soybean. What is the duration of crop? where to get the certified seed?
  • ramesh ganesh said on April 7, 2012
    I want about soybean and cultivation pest & diseases important article. Lusaka. Zambia
  • SHARON said on April 30, 2012
    I am looking for soy bean suppliers in South Africa (Pietermaritzburg, Southa AFrica)
  • Kunle Ogunnaike said on May 1, 2012
    God bless you for the knowledge u are sharing. Am in Lagos State, Nigeria, West Africa. Please kindly send me information concerning profitable & effective storage procedure of Soybean and information as regards countries that i can export to from West Africa and make good profit. Thanks.
  • Kibrom G Bogale said on May 2, 2012
    I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION YOU PROVIDED. I AM STARTING MY SOYBEAN FARMING IN ETHIOPIA. I HAVE A CRITICAL PROBLEM TO ACQUIRE THE APPROPRIATE SOYBEAN HARVESTING EQUIPMENTS. BREAKING AND CRACKING HAS CRITICALLY DECREASED OUR PRODUCTION AND SALES VALUE. SO PLEASE RECOMMEND THE BEST EQUIPMENTS TYPES AND IF POSSIBLE WHERE TO GET The same care should be observed when sending the beans to storage.
  • Y A. Oly Bonzali said on May 6, 2012
    I need a partner to sponsor the cultivation of Soya beans, rice, maize and other crops in Ghana. I have up to 200 acres land for soya beans and 50 acres land for rice. i need a tractor and seed support. you may contact me on 00233208161413. i live in Tamale in the Northern Region. You are most Welcome.
  • tendai makumbe said on May 10, 2012
    have land thats been idle for eleven years in chivhu, zimbabwe and i'm looking to go into soyabeans and paprika farming. may u please help with input details for both crops. i have no farming experience!
  • Charles Mutsinze said on May 12, 2012
    Hie there! My name is Charles and I live in Zimbabwe's Mashonaland Central region. I would like to cultivate about 4h of land with Soya Beans. Can you send all necessary details to make this project a success. Charles.
  • DARKO PAUL said on May 12, 2012
    I have an idea of starting a soybean farm at Yendi- GHANA, what are the necessary conditions to follow to obtain maximum production.
  • Julia Canny said on May 13, 2012
    We are and NGO in Mumbwa, Zambia and wish to grow soybeans. Any information which could be of assistance would be appreciated.
  • Hasnain Ansari said on May 21, 2012
    Dear i'm from India (Bilaspur) state chhattisgarh , i want to start a soya farming along and want to open a small business to use this soya beans to making soya milk , tofus and etc. can anybody send me the all details
  • JOHN TETTEH said on May 30, 2012
    i have 5000 acres of land aiming at using some for soy and cassava. please advise me on the seed type to use in Ghana and the necessary chemical for maintenance. thank you.
  • Henry said on June 4, 2012
    Hello this is Henry from malawi. I've recently been just buying in selling farm produce but have been dealing mainly in Soya beans. I have noticed the huge demand for it locally and globally with the prices locally increase by the day. This prompted me to purchase 30 acres of land to plant soya bean. Please assist me in tips and on average how many fifty kilogram bags can come out of an acre? Your assistance will be highly appreciate. Thanks in advance

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