WASHINGTON, D.C. — Media and other interested parties need look no further than their phones and other mobile devices for all the latest soy statistics, including planting data, yield and production reports, crush history, meal and oil records, and more.

The annual SoyStats report has long been the definitive guide to soybeans by the numbers. But now, those seekers of soy knowledge can find these figures not only in the yearly hard copy booklet and online at soystats.com and the ASA website soygrowers.com, but also in a handy new app.

“This is a fun project we’ve worked on for our industry and other interested parties—including media—that will bring more convenience to those persons by providing data with literally one click-access,” said American Soybean Association (ASA) CEO Ryan Findlay.

Access your app store and look for “SoyStats” to find the aforementioned information, along with biodiesel reports, export and international movement, historical data, and much more as you need it.

The app, sponsored by Illinois Soybean Association, is downloadable now for both Apple and Android devices.

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