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.
ASA POLICY 101: How Laws Are Made

ASA POLICY 101: How Laws Are Made

November 23, 2021

By Will Rodger •  From Fall 2021 American Soybean magazine Federal farm policy, too often, is a mystery to most. Rules, regulations, laws and court rulings seemingly emerge from nowhere and—some years—come at a pace that ...

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From Full-Time Policy to Full-Time Agronomy

From Full-Time Policy to Full-Time Agronomy

November 23, 2021

By Barb Baylor Anderson  •  From Fall 2021 American Soybean magazine Josh Gackle is as comfortable operating a combine as he is sitting in a lawmaker’s office talking policy. The third-generation farmer from Kulm, North Dakota, ...

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Building U.S. Soy Demand

Building U.S. Soy Demand

July 27, 2021

By Dan Lemke •  From Summer 2021 American Soybean magazine Producing a quality soybean crop takes careful management, attention to detail and the right amount of groundwork. Successfully marketing U.S. soybeans around the world also ...

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On-farm Demos Aim to Boost Soil and Water Quality Practices

On-farm Demos Aim to Boost Soil and Water Quality Practices

May 11, 2021

By Kurt Lawton •  From Spring 2021 American Soybean magazine When innovative farmers and conservation-seeking partners collide, their synergy can extend benefits to soybean growers across counties, states and regions. That is the hope and ...

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Women in Agriculture: Taking on the Diverse Challenges of Agriculture

Women in Agriculture: Taking on the Diverse Challenges of Agriculture

February 22, 2021

By Barb Baylor Anderson • From Winter 2021 American Soybean magazine Addressing the challenges that come with careers in agriculture today is less about being female than it is about finding a fitting role. Discovering the ...

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