Keeping Wisconsin’s animal agriculture vibrant means a strong market for the state’s soybean growers. Together, Wisconsin dairy, beef, hogs, lamb, poultry and fish are the #1 customer for the state’s soybeans. The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board supports programs that enhance the state’s animal agriculture.
A soybean consists mostly of protein-rich meal, and 98 percent of that meal is used to feed animals that produce food such as dairy, beef, poultry, pork, and fish. Growing demand for Wisconsin’s dairy, meat, poultry and fish consumption adds value to soybeans since soy meal makes up a significant portion of animal feeds.
Wisconsin's 2013 Animal Agriculture Statistics includes:
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