To help farmers and crop advisors manage the challenges of waterhemp, the UW-Madison Extension will be holding four regional workshops this March 2019.
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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.
The ASA and soybean producers across the US celebrate announcement that the “Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018” was signed into action.
Recent soybean sale to China buyer brings some hope for market improvement.
The ASA congratulates the House & Senate Agriculture Committees for their recent report revealing broad consensus support for new farm bill.
The American Soybean Association (ASA) board selected Brad Kremer of Pittsville, WI as treasurer of its 2019 governing board. Kremer has served the soybean community with distinction on both the state and federal levels. In 2016, Kremer served as president of the Wisconsin Soybean Association Board of Directors. This past year, he served on the […]
On November 30, 2018, NBC Nightly News featured the current Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB) President, Pat Mullooly, and members of the Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) Board of Directors to highlight the increasing influence of the US-China trade war on American farmers. During the feature, NBC correspondent, Kevin Tibbles, emphasized the impact Chinese tariffs have […]