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Announcing the 2024
Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge

Deadline to enter is August 1, 2024

Entry Form

Press Release-2024 Announcement

ASA/Corteva Young Leader Program -2025

Press release

Application here


Congratulations to Brad & Joyce Doyle for receiving the National Conservation Legacy Award from the American Soybean Association.

We are proud of their accomplishments and all they do for the soybean producers in Arkansas and the industry.

Building on Family Roots Arkansas Farm Couple Wins National Conservation Legacy Award (3/1/24)  
Thank you our Commodity Classic Voting Delegates

Brad Doyle, Derek Helms, Joe Thrash, Wes Kirkpatrick, Mark Williams, Robert Stobaugh, Joyce Doyle
Recent Press Releases from American Soybean Assn.

ASA/Corteva Young Leader Program (7/15/24)

ASA Backs 2024 Farm Bill: A Boost for Soybean Farmers (5-20-24)

Soy Growers, Still Bruised by 2018 Trade War, Talk China Before House Ag (3/20/24)

ASA Celebrating 2024 Conservation Legacy Award Winners 
(2/27/24)  Our own Brad & Joyce Doyle are winners!

ASA Survey Paints Harsh Reality of ESA Herbicide Strategy on Soy Farmers (2/21/24)

ASA Applauds EPA Existing Stocks Order for Dicamba Ahead of Soy Planting (2/14/24)


2023 Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge Results

2023 Results Booklet

2023 Results Press Release

Arkansas Soybean Association Scholarship Opportunity

​The Oliver-Garner Arkansas Soybean Association Memorial Scholarship is open to college juniors and seniors in ag related fields.  The scholarship ($500) is awarded in the spring and fall and is unrestricted.  Students may use it to purchase books or whatever they need it for.

            Scholarship Info
            Scholarship application
Get Paid for Planting a Cover Crop

Thanks to a grant from the Walton Family Foundation, the Arkansas Soybean Association is pleased to reimburse 10 producers up to $2400 each for planting a cover crop this fall.

The requirements are 80 acres, answer a short survey (and maybe a follow up one later), and submission of your invoice/receipt for the seed.

Complete this form to enter the program.

There is a lot of ongoing research on cover crops. The initial ROI is seen with reduced soil erosion, protection from wind damage, and easier management of pigweed populations. In time, soil biomass is built to increase soil infiltration, lessen soil compaction, and reduce irrigation timings. Committed cover crop farmers also benefit from fewer herbicide and insecticide treatments and requiring fewer soil nutrient applications.

While experiencing extreme stress or mental illness, it can be difficult to know where or how to find support & relief. There are small steps you can take on your own—but sometimes you may need extra help. 


Info from the Arkansas Department of Ag

Arkansas Voluntary Smoke
Management Guidelines
for Row Crop Burning


Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge
Historical information

spreadsheet with yield contest results from 
1999-2021 can be located here.

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


2021 Results booklet

2020 Results booklet

2019 Results booklet

2018 Results booklet

2017 Results booklet

2016 Results booklet

2015 Results booklet