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Welcome to the webpage for the Arkansas Soybean Association.

Enhancing the economic viability and social well being of Arkansas Soybean producers and their industry.

Join or renew your membership today.
www.soygrowers.com
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Arkansas Soybean Association Annual Meeting
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Brinkley Convention Center
Mark your calendars.​
Registration will begin at 8, Program at 9 and we will conclude with lunch.

Evaluating the ROI of P and K Fertilization of Soybean in 2022 
 Dr. Nathan Slaton, Interim Department Head, Associate Vice President for Agriculture and Assistant Director of the AAES 

Soy Market Dynamics – Where We Are and Where We Go  
Mac Marshall, Vice President, Market Intelligence, 
United Soybean Board

Announcement of the 2021 Grow for the Green Winners 
(Panel discussion with some of the new 100-bushel producers)- 
Dr. Jeremy Ross, Professor and Extension Agronomist – Soybean

Update on Arkansas Agriculture – 
Wes Ward, Secretary of Agriculture

Business Session
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Brad Doyle Elected ASA President for 2022
​Link to press release here

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2021 Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge

Results will be released at the Annual Meeting on January 25, 2022
Entry Form

Data Input Form

2021 Press Release

2021 Harvest Report
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Press Releases from the American Soybean Association
Agriculture and Green Industry Groups Reaffirm Glyphosate Safety & Public Benefits Following Court Oral Arguments (1-11-22)

Growers to EPA: Greater Clarity Is Needed on Data Tied to Complaints(12-21-21)

ASA Elects 2022 Executive Committee, Welcomes New Board Members (12-10-21)

ASA on EPA Announcement: Pleased by SRE Denials, Optimistic for Brighter RVO Future (12-7-21)

ASA’s #SoyOnTheGo Transportation & Infrastructure Campaign Covers Journey of American Soybeans from Field to Final Destination this November (11-8-21)

Infrastructure, at Last! Soy So Pleased with House Passage (11-5-21)

ASA & NBB Express Concerns Over Supply Chain (But Not Soy Oil) (11/3/21)

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Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge 2020
Results were released on January 27, 2021 during the Arkansas Soybean Association Annual meeting

2020 Grow for the Green Results Booklet

2020 Grow for the Green Winners Press Release

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Important Covid-19 Info from the Arkansas Department of Agriculture

Here is a link to some posters from the Ag Department for Rural Arkansas on handwashing, safe distancing, and other precautions.  They can be printed and used in your shop. A sample is below.  There are also some in Spanish if needed.

You can also find a letter regarding agriculture as an essential business if it is needed.




























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Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Contest

2019 Grow for the Green Results Booklet

2019 Grow for the Green Winner Press Release

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Info from the Arkansas Department of Ag

Arkansas Voluntary Smoke
Management Guidelines
for Row Crop Burning

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Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge
Historical information

spreadsheet with yield contest results from 
1999-2017 can be located here.

Results are searchable within the year in the spreadsheet.
2018 results can be located in the booklet linked below.
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INFORMATION 

2019 Results booklet

2018 Results booklet

2017 Results booklet

2016 Results booklet

2015 Results booklet



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