News Releases

California’s Proposed Changes to Fuels Program Presents Mixed Bag for Soybeans

January 11, 2024

Dr.  Scott Gerlt • ASA Chief Economist California is the land of redwoods, Hollywood, and renewable diesel. The state accounted for 10% of gasoline consumption and 7% of diesel consumption in the U.S. in 2021.[i] ...


Soy Growers’ Advocacy Efforts Pay Off as Phosphate Fertilizer Duties Slashed

November 2, 2023

The U.S. Department of Commerce today announced a significant reduction in duties on phosphate fertilizers imported from Morocco, decreasing them significantly from 19.97% to just 2.12%. The American Soybean Association President Daryl Cates, a soybean ...


No RFS Growth is No Good: Soy Growers Surprised & Let Down by EPA Decision

December 1, 2022

Washington, D.C. Dec. 1, 2022. The Environmental Protection Agency has released its draft “set” rule, which sets annual biofuel blending targets under the Renewable Fuel Standard. This announcement, including proposed Renewable Volume Obligations for 2023, ...


Soy Growers Thank ITC for Ruling Against Imposing Final Duties on Imports of Fertilizer

July 18, 2022

As U.S. soy growers face historic fertilizer costs, the American Soybean Association applauds the U.S. International Trade Commission’s announcement today that it rejects imposing final duties on Urea Ammonium Nitrate from Russia and Trinidad and ...


#SoyOnTheGo: U.S. Soy’s Competitive Advantage Hinges on Reliable Infrastructure

November 12, 2021

By Monte Peterson  •  ASA Director & USSEC Chairman It’s no secret the world is increasingly global, and we as U.S. citizens benefit from having access to a broader array of goods, products and technologies ...

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