Growers Share Goal of #ZeroHunger

Today shines a spotlight on something farmers’ think about every day of the year: safe, affordable food. Globally, one in nine people suffer from hunger which is why the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has set a goal to reach #zerohunger by 2030, and US soy growers are doing their part to … Continue reading Growers Share Goal of #ZeroHunger


Protect Crop Insurance

Crop Insurance is one of many tools in farmers’ toolkits that allows them to continue growing through tough times, like natural disasters and crop destruction. To further explain the necessity of Crop Insurance, the Crop Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau and coalition partners, including the American Soybean Association have released profiles for all 50 states, showing … Continue reading Protect Crop Insurance

Quoted on the Hill

In testimony before the House Agriculture Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management Tuesday, American Soybean Association President and Illinois soybean farmer Ron Moore spoke on the need for robust programs within the risk management framework of the nation’s farm legislation.

Quoted on the Hill

  This week the House Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture and Research listened to testimony regarding the research title of the farm bill. ASA Chairman Richard Wilkins testified in his capacity as vice president of the National Coalition for Food and Agriculture Research. A full copy of Richard's testimony can be found here.

Voting Delegates Session Wrap Up

Voting delegates representing ASA’s 26 state and national affiliates ended another successful Commodity Classic by debating and voting on soy priorities for the upcoming year. Top priorities include progressive policies for a strong farm safety net, increased funding for agricultural export programs, ambitious global trade negotiations, an aggressive support for biodiesel policies, and robust funding … Continue reading Voting Delegates Session Wrap Up

ASA Looks Forward to 2017

The American Soybean Association will pursue an aggressive legislative and regulatory policy agenda in 2017. Legislative efforts will focus on expected congressional action on the 2018 Farm Bill, tax reform, and transportation infrastructure, while regulatory work will focus on rolling back Obama-era regulations on water quality, improving the regulatory approval timeline in the U.S. and … Continue reading ASA Looks Forward to 2017