Weekly News

USDA Releases Details of ARC and PLC Programs

As reported in by POLITICO this afternoon, USDA has unveiled details of two key crop subsidies created in the 2014 farm bill — the Agriculture … Read More »

ASA Remarks on Dicamba Regulation, Comment Period Extended through Oct. 10

This week, ASA encourages soy growers to take a minute and submit comments on USDA-APHIS’s petition for deregulation of Monsanto’s dicamba-tolerant soybean and cotton varieties. Comments … Read More »

ASA Urges USACE to Implement WRRDA

During a webinar on Wednesday with the U.­­­S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), ASA submitted comments regarding implementation of the Water Resources Reform & Development … Read More »

ASA Joins Solutions from the Land’s New North American Climate Smart Agriculture Initiative

ASA joined a number of agriculture groups at this week’s UN Climate Summit, signing on to play a leadership role in a new, three-year North … Read More »

President Obama Comments on Agriculture Commitments at UN Climate Summit

President Barack Obama spoke on taking the lead to combat climate change with commitments to agricultural issues at the United Nations Climate Summit in New … Read More »

ASA Begins Biweekly Policy Conference Calls

ASA will launch a series of conference calls every other Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. ET starting next week, to keep states updated on key issues … Read More »

New Tools Help Clarify Conservation Compliance

New materials are available to help crop insurance participants clarify conservation compliance requirements.  The Farm Service Agency (FSA), Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the … Read More »

America’s Heartland Features Louis Bromfield’s Malabar Farm

The latest installment of America’s Heartland features Louis Bromfield’s Malabar Farm, once a favorite stop for some of Hollywood’s most well-known actors, and today an … Read More »

Give Your Family the Gift of Peace of Mind

Fall is here and there is a cool nip in the air. Harvest is underway and probably the last thing on your mind is preparing … Read More »

The World Soy Foundation’s The Youth We Feed Can Lead Project Releases Student-Led Videos

Remember way back in spring when we introduced our newest project called “The Youth We Feed Can Lead,” taking place at Proximos Pasos School in … Read More »