Archive for January, 2014

Final Chance to Register for ASA Soybean Leadership College

Help a board member or fellow soybean producer with their New Year’s resolution by giving them a ticket to ASA’s 2014 Soybean Leadership College. ASA still has some available space in this year’s program held on Jan. 13-15, in Nashville, Tenn. The program includes an all-star lineup sure excite and help professionals improve their business … Read More »

ASA Soy Social and Auction Offers Opportunity to Escape Winter Cold

Daydreaming about escaping the cold with a trip to Mexico, Hawaii or Disney World? Sign up for the ASA Soy Social and Auction and you could be the winning bidder on one of the following trip packages. Enjoy seven night accommodations for up to four people in The Big Islands, Hawaii The “Big Island” remains … Read More »

World Soy Foundation Farmer Leader Feature: Scott Fritz, of Indiana

Scott Fritz is a farmer from Winamac, Ind., but you may be able to find him in different corners of the world at any given time. While in Indiana, Fritz is a father of three—farming corn, soybeans and popcorn with his son Andrew. Fritz’s world travels aren’t for vacation or sightseeing. He’s dedicated to giving … Read More »

New Year’s Resolution Time

New Year’s resolutions can be easy to make but hard to keep, but farm succession planning is a worthwhile New Year’s resolution to make—and to work at keeping. Kevin Spafford, founder of eLegacyConnect, which provides succession solutions for farm families, says making a commitment to the succession planning process will empower you as a business … Read More »

2014 ASA All-Stars Recruiter Tournament First Round Continues through Jan. 31

ASA reminds recruiters that the first round of the 2014 ASA All-Stars Recruiter Tournament continues until Jan. 31. The tournament includes five rounds and runs from Dec.1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014, featuring five groups for a total of 144 top recruiters producing five overall group winners. The top 144 participants were determined by the order … Read More »

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