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No. It is one word: soybeans.

Soybeans are called "soyabeans" in Hindi.

Soybeans can be used to produce biodiesel fuel.

People who eat soybeans obviously

Soybeans English is an official language their

YES they can!! My horse is on a diet of soybeans and sweet feed (more soybeans than sweet feed). Soybeans act as a filler and are packed with protein. They fill your horse out beautifully.

Soybeans, vegetable oil,Soybeans, vegetable oil,

Yes, soybeans have been genetically modified, though there are non-modified varieties of soybeans. Commercially, at least 70% - 80%, possibly more of the soybeans grown in the United States are GMO.

Soybeans are primarily grown in the Corn Belt in the U.S. Typically soybeans are grown in rotation with corn. So if a location grows corn, they mostly likely grow soybeans too. Brazil also grows a large percent of the world's soybeans, about +/-75% of the US yield.

1 cup of cooked soybeans is about 298 calories.

Iowa by far, it is the leading U.S. state for soybeans production. Washington does not grow soybeans to speak of.

80 grams of soybeans = 1 cup

Soybeans yield up to 20% of its weight in oil.

Iowa ranks among the leading states in production of soybeans.

Soy protein is the protein that is extracted from soybeans.

One bushel of soybeans contains about 1.244 cubic feet.

The United States, Argentina and Brazil are the three top world producers of soybeans.

yes....because soybeans are part of classification of crop plants.soybeans are ligiumes.

The top three countries growing soybeans are the United States, Argentina and Brazil. See link below for the world's soybeans production per country.

To grow soybeans, Iowa farmers:prepare the fieldsplant the soybean seedscultivate and/or protect the cropharvest the soybeans, usually with a combine harvester

One can purchase futures in soybeans on the internet at any stocks or trades website and one can find help about purchasing soybeans at The Options Guide.

There is about 40% protein in soybeans, depending on the varieties. Most soybeans are grown for oil primarily (about 20% oil in soybean), so the protein content could be lower.

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