Archive for January, 2001

ASA Support for the National Pork Checkoff Program

The producer leaders of the American Soybean Association (ASA) have expressed their support for continuation of the National Pork Checkoff Program because the ASA believes the Pork Checkoff was an effective tool for enhancing demand for U.S. pork products, which is beneficial for pork producers and soybean producers. At its regularly scheduled Board of Directors … Read More »

ASA Disappointed At Loss Of Pork Checkoff Program

The American Soybean Association (ASA) today expressed disappointment upon learning that the National Pork Checkoff Program has failed to gain the support necessary to continue the program. “ASA is saddened to learn that the Pork Checkoff has failed to receive enough support to continue the program,” said ASA President Tony Anderson, a producer from Mount … Read More »