Archive for December, 2011

ASA Tells Story of Success for Soybean Growers in 2011

American Soybean Association (ASA) farmer-leaders recently reviewed some of the key accomplishments from a year that saw ASA serve soybean farmers by protecting and increasing the market value and opportunities for U.S. soybeans. “ASA members play an effective role in domestic and international policy development,” said ASA President Steve Wellman, a soybean producer from Syracuse, … Read More »

American Soybean Association, PrecisionAg Institute to Study ROI

The American Soybean Association (ASA) and the PrecisionAg Institute are teaming to conduct a study of return on investment (ROI) gained with precision agriculture technology by America’s soybean growers. The groups hope to uncover the unique benefits of computers, GPS, variable-rate controllers and field-mapping software in soybean production. “For many, this technology seems to be … Read More »

ASA Announces New Communications Director

American Soybean Association (ASA) CEO Steve Censky announced today that Patrick Delaney has joined ASA as Communications Director, effective Dec. 15. Delaney is based in Washington, D.C. within ASA’s Washington Policy Representative Office of Gordley Associates. “ASA is pleased to welcome Patrick to our team,” Censky said. “His experience in ag policy communications will serve … Read More »

ASA Announces 2012 Officers and Committee Assignments

The Board of Directors of the American Soybean Association (ASA) has confirmed Steve Wellman from Syracuse, Nebraska, as President and Alan Kemper from Lafayette, Indiana, as Chairman. Board members also elected Danny Murphy from Canton, Mississippi, to serve as First Vice President, an office that places Murphy in line to be ASA President in 2013. … Read More »