The Market Facilitation Program (MFP) brings short-term relief to farmers affected by the negative consequences of the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
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WSA President, Tony Mellenthin, spoke with MSNBC Live host, Ali Veshli, about how the trade war with China is currently affecting farmers, and what happens once it is over.
The U.S. will move forward with a 25 percent tariff on $200 billion in Chinese goods on May 10, 2019. The Wisconsin Soybean Association is deeply concerned this escalation will derail negotiations and cause additional harm to U.S. soybean farmers.
It’s that time of year again! Soybean and Wheat Extension Specialist, Dr. Shawn Conley, has made the call for growers to enter into the 2019 Wisconsin Soybean Yield Contest. The Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) Soybean Yield Contest is organized each year to encourage the development of new and innovative management practices that highlight the importance […]
Get caught up on the top news stories in soybean production released in April 2019. American Soybean Association (ASA) 4/23/19: “New Foods, Partnership, Trade & Soy Much More” In celebration of Soyfoods Month, the ASA salutes SESACO foods and beverages company for their work bringing the nutritional power of soy protein to Uganda citizens. In […]
Once again, Shawn Conley and his team at the University of Wisconsin Extension are digging into ways soybean farmers can minimize yield gaps. This time they need your help.
To help farmers and crop advisors manage the challenges of waterhemp, the UW-Madison Extension will be holding four regional workshops this March 2019.
Despite the negative 25 degree temperatures, farmers, exhibitors and speakers from throughout the region gathered at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells January 31st and February 1st for two days of learning, networking and fun.
Attendees will hear from leaders in crop production and related research, such as Kim Bremmer, Shawn Conley, Rodrigo Werle, David Kohl and more.
It’s still unclear whether or not President Trump will take action to rescind the China tariffs or if American farmers will gain back the security and certainty they lost six months ago.