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.
‘The Year of Tax Policy’

‘The Year of Tax Policy’

June 3, 2022

By Virginia Houston, ASA Director of Government Affairs In my world, last year will be labeled “The Year of Tax Policy.” When I joined ASA in 2020 as the new government affairs staffer handling international ...

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Soy Faces: Kinks in the Supply Chain are Biggest Concern

Soy Faces: Kinks in the Supply Chain are Biggest Concern

June 3, 2022

By Barb Baylor Anderson As 2022 got underway, soybean prices in the teens were good news for farmers facing sharply higher crop input prices. But with inflation, the ongoing pandemic and unsettled world events, the ...

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Bad Seed: Cybercriminals Storm Agriculture

Bad Seed: Cybercriminals Storm Agriculture

June 3, 2022

By Will Rodger Cyber security expert Stephen Streng is worried about your co-op. And your trucking company, your tractor, your combine—and, well, everything from the field to the dining room table that connects to the ...

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WISHH’s Food Security Panel Highlights U.S. Soy’s Value in Exports & Global Diplomacy

WISHH’s Food Security Panel Highlights U.S. Soy’s Value in Exports & Global Diplomacy

June 3, 2022

ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) Commodity Classic panel showcased U.S. soy’s export opportunities in global food security and also tapped into the timely topic of how U.S. soy contributes to America’s ...

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Infrastructure Breakdown: U.S. Soy Faces Variety of Hurdles on Journey to Market

Infrastructure Breakdown: U.S. Soy Faces Variety of Hurdles on Journey to Market

February 24, 2022

By Will Rodger America’s competitive edge in farming largely relies on her ability to move vast quantities of food, fuel and fiber along transportation routes that are the envy of the world. That edge, however, ...

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