Weekly News

Soy Growers Urge Surface Transportation Board to Take Action on Declining Rail Service

Soy growers and several other groups are urging the Surface Transportation Board (STB) to take action and find the causes for continually deteriorating rail service … Read More »

WISHH Hosts Trade Team in Iowa

Over the past week, the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) brought a trade team comprised of members from Myanmar, Cambodia, Guatemala and … Read More »

Tell EPA to Increase RFS Biodiesel and Advanced Biofuels Volumes in 2018 and 2019

The American Soybean Association (ASA) needs farmers and state leaders to submit comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this month on the 2018 and … Read More »

ASA Commits to Finding Answers on Herbicide-Related Damage

In a statement yesterday, American Soybean Association (ASA) President Ron Moore committed the association’s resources to pursuing answers on the issue of dicamba-related damage. “The … Read More »

Applications are Now Being Accepted for Awards Recognizing Conservation Achievements

Share the story of how conservation is part of your farm operation, and you could be honored with a Conservation Legacy Award.This awards program showcases … Read More »

Soy Growers Urge Budget Office to Keep Biotech Disclosure Rule on Track

Soy growers are working to make sure the establishment of a national, comprehensive rule for the labeling of bioengineered food products is a still on … Read More »

Soy Growers to Trump: Include Rural Voices on Infrastructure Council

Soy growers showed support for the Presidential Advisory Council on Infrastructure and urged President Donald Trump to include voices from the rural community and representatives … Read More »

Soy Growers Talk Farm Bill, Crop Insurance and More with U.S. Ag Secretary Perdue

Soy growers had the opportunity to discuss important issues with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue this week. Both past and present American … Read More »

Syngenta Leadership At Its Best Program Begins in Minneapolis

Soybean farmer-leaders from 13 states met this week in Minneapolis for Part I of the 2017-18 American Soybean Association (ASA) Leadership At Its Best program, … Read More »

ASA Works to Find Answers on Herbicide-Related Damage

Following reports of dicamba-related damage to soybean crops, American Soybean Association (ASA) President and Illinois farmer Ron Moore releases the following statement committing the association’s … Read More »