News Releases

#SoyOnTheGo: Reliable Surface Transportation is Key to Keeping Soy & Supply Chain Moving

December 3, 2021

By Caleb Ragland  •  ASA Director As harvest begins to wrap up in Kentucky, the focus has shifted to getting my soybeans from field to market. Now is where the importance of a reliable infrastructure ...


#SoyOnTheGo: The Slow-Down: Bridges, Locks & Dams

November 24, 2021

By Dave Walton •  ASA Director  Infrastructure isn’t something we think about until it impacts us either positively or negatively. Harvest has wrapped up, and each year we spend a little time in the office ...


#SoyOnTheGo: Off the Beaten Path: Detours Due to Aging Infrastructure Comes at a Cost

November 19, 2021

By Willard Jack  •  ASA Director Transportation infrastructure in Mississippi has been an issue for farmers and truckers like me for the last several years. There are 10,757 bridges on local roads and 426 are ...


#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 ...


Introducing ASA’s #SoyOnTheGo Transportation & Infrastructure Campaign

November 8, 2021

Washington, D.C., Nov. 8, 2021. Curious how the world’s coolest beans get to market? What paths, problems, and purposes they take on throughout their journey? This fall, as soybean harvest continues across our country, the ...

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