Midterms Over, Soy Looks to Future with Hopes of New Farm Bill​
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Information from the American Soybean Association

Midterms Over, Soy Looks to Future with Hopes of New Farm Bill

Continuing Momentum of Free Trade Agreements 
Welcome News for Soybean Growers (10-17-18)

ASA’s WISHH to Launch Aqua Feed Program in Cambodia ​  (10-3)

New 'NAFTA' Announced: Soybean Growers Pleased Administration has Reached Deal with Canada and Mexico ​ 

Escalating Trade War with China Will Increase Damage to 
American Soybean Farmers (9-24-18)

Applications Still Being Accepted for the ASA Conservation Legacy Awards (9-10-18)

American Soybean Association Seeks Candidates for Soy Scholarship (9-10-18)

Monarch Support Coming to ASA’s Social Pages in September

Soybean Farmers Applaud Plan to Address Short-Term Tariff Impact   (8-27-18)

NAFTA Progress Promising for U.S. Soy, Livestock Exports

Seeking Applicants for the 2018-19 Young Leader Program

Soy Growers Disappointed in Additional Tariffs, Continue to Seek Export Stability with Largest Customer  (7-11-18)

American Soybean Association Applauds House Passage of Farm Bill  (6-21-18)

Soy Growers in Middle of Tariff Feud with China Stand to Suffer Most (6-20-18)

Information from the Arkansas Department of Ag

Arkansas Voluntary Smoke
Management Guidelines
for Row Crop Burning
100 Bushel Club Dinner

On March 8, the AR Soybean Assocation and some of the members of the 100 Bushel Club got together for dinner.  We had a great time and were happy to celebrate the accomplishments of the Wray and Miles families.

Left to right:  AJ Hood (ARSA President), James Wray, Annette Wray, Eddie Wray,  Layne Miles, Sherrie Kay Miles, Matt Miles, Gary Sitzer (ASPB Chair)

Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Contest

2018 Entry Form

Please note a couple rule changes for 2018.  

Contest is limited to one field/one division/one producer or entity.

Contest location within field must be submitted to approved contest official and AR Soybean Assn. at least 7 days prior to harvest.  GPS coordinates for contest plot must be submitted.

Announcing the 2017 Grow for the Green 
Soybean Yield Contest Winners

Press release here.


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

Results are searchable within the year in the spreadsheet.


2017 Results booklet

2016 Results booklet

2015 Results booklet