American Soybean Association

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American Soybean Association
Founded 1920
Headquarters St. Louis, MO
Key People Stephen L. Censy. Chief Executive Officer; John Hoffman, Chairman
Web site www.soygrowers.com

The American Soybean Association (ASA) [1] is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of U.S. soybean producers through policy advocacy and international market development. The Association's efforts are guided by a commitment to produce food, feed and energy in an environmentally sustainable manner.

ASA is represented on the CFTC's Subcommittee on Convergence in Agricultural Commodity Markets by Steve Wellman. [2]

History

Founded in 1920, the ASA was incorporated in February 1946. World headquarters were established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1978. [3]

Products and Services

Membership

ASA membership includes approximately 22,000 U.S. soybean producers. There also are 25 state affiliates. [4]

Key People

  • Johnny Dodson, president
  • Rob Joslin, first vice president

References

  1. ASA Vision, Mission, Purpose & Strategic Objectives. American Soybean Association.
  2. General Press Releases. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
  3. ASA History Highlights. American Soybean Association.
  4. State Soybean Associations Affiliate Offices. American Soybean Association.
Last modified on 10 February 2014, at 18:30