Posts

The White House

Farmers Affected by Tariffs to See Short-Term Relief

The Market Facilitation Program (MFP) brings short-term relief to farmers affected by the negative consequences of the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
MSNBC Live with Tony Mellenthing Wisconsin Soybean Association

WSA President Featured on MSNBC to Speak on U.S.-China Trade War

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 White House

Increased China Tariffs Major Concern for Wisconsin Soybean Growers

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.
Soybean Harvest Green Tractor

Send in Your Entry for the 2019 Wisconsin Soybean Yield Contest

It’s that time of year again! Soybean and Wheat Extension Specialist,…
Two people in field holding soybeans

Crop and Pork Producers Brave the Cold for the 2019 Wisconsin Corn•Soy Expo

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.
Wisconsin 2019 Corn•Soy Expo

2019 Corn-Soy Expo Program Features Leaders in Corn, Soybean and Pork Production

Attendees will hear from leaders in crop production and related research, such as Kim Bremmer, Shawn Conley, Rodrigo Werle, David Kohl and more.
WSA President, Brad Kremer

Grower News: One Grower's No Till Viewpoint

Pittsville, Wisconsin grower Brad Kremer—president of the…