Events

ASA Leaders Talk with Ag Media, Growers at Farm Progress Show

American Soybean Association (ASA) farmer leaders and staff attended the 2015 Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Ill. this week, where they spoke with ag media … Read More »

ASAAP Tackles Climate Change, GMOs, Drought, Other Soybean Industry Issues

The members of the American Soybean Association Action Partnership (ASAAP) met this week in Lake Tahoe, Calif., to discuss a range of issues impacting the … Read More »

Soy Leaders Graduate from Advanced Leadership Program

Six American Soybean Association (ASA) Directors completed the first ASA Advanced Leadership At Its Best program this week in California. This program is sponsored by … Read More »

REMINDER: One Day Until Drawing for ASA Recruiter Reward Trip to Biltmore Estate

There’s only one day left to recruit at least 30 American Soybean Association (ASA) members for a chance to win a trip to the historic … Read More »

Nebraska Soy Grower to Speak at 12th Southeast Asia U.S. Agriculture Cooperators Conference

Nebraska farmer and American Soybean Association (ASA) Director Jim Miller is set to present at the 12th Southeast Asia U.S. Agriculture Cooperators Conference in Siem … Read More »

ASA Attends Ground-Breaking of Syngenta North American Seedcare Institute

  American Soybean Association President Wade Cowan, of Brownfield, Texas, attended a ground-breaking for the Syngenta North American Seedcare Institute on Aug. 11, in Stanton, … Read More »

Leadership At Its Best Class Begins in Minneapolis

Soybean farmer-leaders from 15 states met this week in Minneapolis, Minn., for Part I of the 2015-2016 American Soybean Association (ASA) Leadership At Its Best … Read More »

Join the Discussion About the Future of Trade and Biotechnology

International exports are critical to farmers’ profitability, but regulatory roadblocks to biotechnology approvals are causing trade delays, loss of access to new and scientifically proven … Read More »

Ohio Grower Discusses U.S. Soy Quality Grading in India

An Ohio farmer had the chance to discuss the quality grading of U.S soy in Indore, India this summer, during the U.S. Soybean Export Council’s … Read More »

Food Dialogues in Minneapolis to Focus on ‘Farm to Consumer’

Consumer concerns about the impact food production practices may have on their long-term health or the health of the planet abound. Increasingly, farmers, ranchers and … Read More »