Archive for September, 2002

ASA Announces Trade Opportunities Program

The W.J. Morse Foundation of the American Soybean Association (ASA) has launched an innovative, timely and informative program to educate key sectors on the importance of free trade, particularly soybeans, which are the largest U.S. farm export. Soybeans, soybean meal, and soybean oil exports totaled more than $7 billion last year. This educational program follows … Read More »

American Farmers Rebut European ‘Myths’ About Biotech Crops

American farmers have dismissed as ludicrous claims that many of them are against the use of biotechnology in agriculture. “Various pressure groups and some media are hoodwinking the [European] public by making unsubstantiated assertions about U.S. farmers’ adoption of biotechnology,” said Kimball Nill, Technical Issues Director of the American Soybean Association. “Their random statements are … Read More »