Missouri Soybean Merchandising Board chairman John Kelley and Schillinger Genetics Inc. president John Schillinger shake hands Missouri Soybean Merchandising Board
Missouri Soybean Merchandising Board chairman John Kelley and Schillinger Genetics Inc. president John Schillinger shake hands at a ceremony at the Bay Farm Research Facility outside Columbia.

Agreement allows commercialization of high-oleic with low-linolenic soybeans

Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council formalizes key partnership with John Schillinger and Schillinger Genetics to commercialize this technology.

The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council's efforts to increase farmers' return on their soy checkoff investments have taken another leap forward. The leaders of Missouri's organization for soybean research formalized a key partnership to bring Missouri's non-genetically modified (GM), high-oleic acid soybean technology to growers.

The agreement, signed and recognized with a ceremony at the Bay Farm Research Facility outside Columbia, Mo., grants John Schillinger and Schillinger Gene

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