Archive for July, 1999

ASA Announces Essential Provisions for a 1999 Farm Relief Plan

The American Soybean Association (ASA) has made public a list of necessary provisions that it believes must be included as part of a 1999 farm relief plan. ASA approved these measures at it recently-concluded Board of Directors meeting in Saint Louis. ASA’s announcement comes in advance of an Agricultural Appropriations vote in the United States … Read More »

ASA Announces New Officers and Committee Assignments for 1999-2000

The Board of Directors of the American Soybean Association (ASA) has confirmed Marc Curtis from Leland, Miss., as President, and Mike Yost from Murdock, Minn., as Chairman. Board members also elected Tony Anderson from Mount Sterling, Ohio, to service as First Vice President, an office that places Anderson in line to be ASA president next … Read More »

ASA Announces New Partnership for Membership

The American Soybean Association (ASA) is pleased to announce that American Cyanamid and Stine Seed Company will sponsor the Association’s year 2000 membership recruitment campaign. ASA Membership Chairman Roger Hadley, a soybean, corn and wheat producer from Woodburn, Indiana, said, “ASA is fortunate to have two fine agribusiness companies committed to sponsoring our national membership … Read More »

ASA and the North Carolina Soybean Association Ask Legislators To Urge North Carolina Firms to Abandon Imports of Brazilian Soybean Meal

The American Soybean Association (ASA) and the North Carolina Soybean Association sent letters today to North Carolina’s Congressional Delegation, Members of the North Carolina State Legislature, North Carolina Governor, and the North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture and Secretary of Commerce expressing concern and disappointment over the import of soybean meal from Brazil by several North … Read More »