American Soybean Magazine

American Soybean covers soybean news including people, policy developments, timely topics, advocacy efforts, and other subjects of interest and importance to U.S. soy.
Growers Build Relationships, Future U.S. Soy Markets around the World

Growers Build Relationships, Future U.S. Soy Markets around the World

July 16, 2019

By Joe Scott • From Summer 2019 American Soybean Magazine   With looming trade difficulties, there may have never been a more important time for soybean farmers to develop new markets. “It’s so important because ...

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Tariff Pain: How the Trade War Affects Soy Partner Industries

Tariff Pain: How the Trade War Affects Soy Partner Industries

July 16, 2019

By Chris Crawford • From Summer 2019 American Soybean Magazine Recent tariff impacts have been felt across the country, not only by soybean growers but also partner industries, including pork, equipment manufacturers and pesticide suppliers. National ...

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Leadership Programs Polish Rough Edges

Leadership Programs Polish Rough Edges

March 6, 2019

By Barb Baylor Anderson • From Winter 2019 American Soybean Magazine Practice makes perfect. That’s what soybean farmers who participate in American Soybean Association (ASA) leadership programs find as they learn new skills and expand ...

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Three Organizations, One Vision for the Future

Three Organizations, One Vision for the Future

February 20, 2019

By Chris Crawford • From Winter 2018 American Soybean Magazine The American Soybean Association (ASA), United Soybean Board (USB) and U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) share a vision for soy producers. That vision includes protecting ...

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Soy Leadership Programs Foster Strong Ag Advocates

Soy Leadership Programs Foster Strong Ag Advocates

February 20, 2019

By Joe Scott • From Winter 2019 American Soybean Magazine Whether it’s advocating for good farm policies or positive trade agreements, or correcting misperceptions about farming methods or products, agriculture has always needed strong leaders. ...

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