Trade

ASA Encourages Soybean Farmers to Safeguard Export Markets Through Proper Grain Stewardship

As the soybean and corn harvest hits full stride in much of the nation’s growing regions, the farmer-leaders of the American Soybean Association remind farmers … Read More »

ASA Joins Coalition to End Embargo with Cuba

Prominent members of the U.S. food and agriculture community, including ASA, agreed to officially form a national coalition to address liberalizing trade between the United … Read More »

ASA Leaders Meet with DuPont Pioneer

ASA President Ray Gaesser and ASA staff met with DuPont Pioneer executives this week to discuss issues and programs affecting the soy industry. Topics included … Read More »

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman to Highlight Iowa’s Agricultural Exports, President Obama’s Trade Agenda in Des Moines Saturday

United States Trade Representative Michael Froman is heading to Des Moines, Iowa on Saturday, Aug. 9, to visit with local farmers, small business owners and … Read More »

ASA Responds to Russian Ban on U.S. Food Imports

In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement Wednesday of an impending retaliatory ban on a significant number of agricultural imports to Russia, American Soybean … Read More »

ASA Endorses Letter to President Raising Concerns Over Agriculture Market Access in TPP

Members of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade sent a letter to President Obama this week, stating concerns over agriculture market access in … Read More »

ASA Applauds Confirmation of Vetter As Chief Agricultural Negotiator

Following the Senate confirmation of Darci Vetter Wednesday as Chief Agricultural Negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, the American Soybean Association offered … Read More »

ASA Promotes U.S. Soy at Oilseed Market and Trade Forum in China

Earlier in June, ASA presented the positives of U.S. soy at the Grain and Oilseed Market and Trade Forum in China. ASA Board Member Alan … Read More »

Soybean Imports Bring Soybean Rust Back into News

With Brazilian soybeans coming into the United States for crushing, questions about the transmission of soybean rust (SBR) in plant material are being renewed. USDA’s … Read More »

ASA Hails Senate Passage of Waterways Bill Conference Report

The American Soybean Association welcomed today’s passage by the Senate of the conference report of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA). The report, … Read More »