Soybeans in Oregon's Future?

Steve Norberg of the OSU Extension Services sees a different trend in Oregon’s agricultural future.
Some farmers currently grow soybeans, but he’s sees a booming future for the cash crop. Norberg spent 10 years growing soybeans in the midwest before making the move.
He feels Oregon farmers could be very successful in growing the crops because they are easy to grow and many farmers have the proper tools and machinery to harvest them.
Not only are soybeans easy to grow, but they also control a noxious weed.
At the time, soybeans have a large market because they are a great lactose alternative and are high in protein. They are even used at times as cattle feed.
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