Kansas Soybean captures agriculture’s beauty in new video

March 1, 2022 – Agriculture in Kansas is beautiful. Vibrant sunsets set the backdrop over fields of green and gold through summer and fall months. Kansas Soybean sought to capture that beauty and showcase all that soybeans have to offer through a new video released today.

The video release coincides with the start of National Agriculture Month, which occurs annually in March. The monthlong recognition is dedicated to farmers and their contributions in producing commodities grown across the U.S. Several organizations plan activities in honor of Ag Month with many falling on National Ag Day March 22.

The video walks through a soybean’s growth stages from seedling to maturity to provide viewers with an understanding of how beans are grown and treated for success. Viewers get a glimpse of the usefulness of soybeans from rubber and paint to fuel, and even in food and feed uses by humans and animals alike. Soybeans are showcased as “the most important bean in the world’s economy.”

Watch the video to see how soy fits into everyday life: https://youtu.be/j7vhWAlcTKo.

Kansas Soybean partnered with Mammoth Creative Co. based out of Meriden, Kansas, to create the video. All on-farm footage features farms in Kansas, including Heinco, Inc. In Brown County, Rezac Land & Livestock in Pottawatomie County and Phelon Farms in Osage County.