Wisconsin Soybean Association is Your Soybean Voice

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Tim Goodenough, Kevin Hoyer, and 
Robert Karls, Executive Director
Left to right: Tim Goodenough, Kevin Hoyer, and
Robert Karls, Executive Director

We know the challenges Wisconsin soybean growers face in the farm fields. That’s why our farmer-led association shares our views and messages with state and federal policy leaders.

We rely on voluntary membership dues only. Strengthen the voice of Wisconsin soybean growers by joining today.

  • 1-year $100
  • 3-year $175

By joining WSA, you strengthen and support regulatory and legislative issues advancing soybean growers. Key areas include:

  • Soybean Production Research – Enhancing profitability in conjunction with positive environmental practices.
  • Wisconsin Corn/Soy Expo – Attending Wisconsin’s Premier Row Crop Educational Event, Wisconsin Dells.
  • Farm Bill – Providing active input for the state’s soybean growers to assure a New Farm Bill.
  • Legislative Priorities – Supporting legislation for the betterment of agriculture and soybean growers such as use value law for agriculture property tax relief.
  • International Trade Access – Representing soybean interests.
  • Mississippi Lock and Dam System – Diligently working with Wisconsin U.S. Representatives and Army Corps of Engineers.
  • International Buyers – Facilitating contacts for Wisconsin exports. Two of every 3 rows of soybeans are exported.
  • Educational Programs – Developing seminars for growers on production and marketing practices.
  • Soybean Science Outreach Programs – Providing extensive education to urban Wisconsin elementary students on where food comes from and the importance of soybeans to Wisconsin’s way of life.
  • Biodiesel Initiatives – Supporting Federal Tax Incentive and Wisconsin School Bus Initiative, Initiate Retailers Incentives and Fleet Management Tax Breaks, and Dedicated Pump Rebates.
  • Timely publications – Providing updates on the latest soybean activities, research findings, upcoming member events and informing members through the Wisconsin Soybean Sentinel publication along with other member communications.

Become a member today by downloading our member brochure, or completing the American Soybean Association’s (ASA) online membership application. WSA members are automatically members of the American Soybean Association, our national affiliate, and receive the following member benefits.

For more information, contact the Wisconsin Soybean Association at 608.274.7522.