What’s going on in soybean production?

What’s the soybean story?

The soybean is a staple food for millions around the world.

It’s grown and harvested around the globe, including in some parts of the U.S., and in most places, the production of soybeans is linked to the amount of protein it contains.

That’s a great thing, since it means we can feed the world without compromising on protein.

But the soybeans supply of protein is very tight, and we’re only getting a fraction of what we need.

As a result, we’re feeding more animals, which means we’re eating more land, and more animals are being fed on more land.

And that means more greenhouse gas emissions.

How bad is it?

The average American household eats roughly two pounds of soy each day.

And according to a 2014 report by the U!

News, there are more than 200 million soybean acres planted each year in the U, with more than 5 million of those acres growing soybeans.

That means that a lot of land is being planted to produce soybeans that, in fact, are very inefficient.

And, yes, we should be getting more soy.

But for the world’s largest food consumer, the answer is a resounding “no.”

So how much soy is actually being grown?

According to U.N. data, global soy production is at about 5.8 billion tons.

That is roughly equal to the global production of all of the world wasps, spiders, bees, and butterflies.

It doesn’t include the vast amounts of land devoted to growing other crops, like corn and cotton.

But even without accounting for land devoted solely to soy, global demand for soy is at least double what it was in 2002.

So what can we do about it?

We need to change our thinking about what we’re producing.

We need more production from grasslands, forests, and wetlands.

We should also be thinking about planting crops that are lower in carbon emissions, such as vegetables and fruit, as well as crops that contain a lot more protein, such the grains and fruits of soy.

The fact that we’ve been eating so much soy means we have a lot to lose if we want to get our global greenhouse gas emission reductions goals.

For instance, according to the U!.

News report, we can switch to a more sustainable system where we’re not growing so much corn and soy and we aren’t using so much land.

But there are many more options, and many more people can make a difference if we start by changing the way we think about what soy is and what it can do for the environment.

That includes farmers and farmers groups, who can help us put the soy question on the agenda of U. S. presidential candidates and get them thinking about the food we all eat.