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High oleic soy takes over Findlay

Ohio soybean farmers were the first to plant high oleic soybeans more than five years ago and recently they took their message to the streets of Findlay, Ohio. To showcase the many attributes of high oleic, the event featured local restaurants offering foods cooked in high oleic soybean oil and gave farmers the opportunity to learn more about adding high oleic varieties to their 2017 plans.

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