American Soybean Association news
The “Power of Two” associations teaming up to work on behalf of Illinois corn and soybean farmers was showcased at the Farm Progress Show.
The U.S. Soybean Export Council, United Soybean Board and American Soybean Association announced that over 100 million metric tons of U.S. Soy Sustainability Assurance Protocol-verified soy has been exported internationally over the seven years since the protocol was launched in 2014.
The theme of this year’s Ag Policy Summit was “sustainability and new trends in agriculture.”
The history of soybeans in the United States can be traced back to 1765, when the first soybean seed was planted in North America.
Four Indiana farmers are eligible to take part in a long-standing program developed to build tomorrow’s leaders in American agriculture.
Ron Kindred has seen a lot of changes since he first joined the Illinois Soybean Association board over 20 years ago, but the organization’s focus remains steadfast in seeking new uses, expanding markets and guiding legislative policy.
Sydney Hefty of Auburn, Indiana, is the recipient of the 2021-2022 Soy Scholarship award, sponsored by BASF and the American Soybean Association.