We understand the challenges Wisconsin Soybean growers face, and that’s why the goal of WSA is to bring their personal stories to state and federal policy leaders.
Strengthen the voice of Wisconsin soybean growers.
Because checkoff dollars cannot be used for policy activities, WSA relies on voluntary membership dues. By joining WSA, you strengthen and support our advocacy on regulatory and legislative issues that impact farm families across Wisconsin. Strengthen the voice of Wisconsin soybean growers by joining today.
The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB) has elected its executive officers for FY24. As the steward of Wisconsin soybean checkoff dollars, WSMB is committed to wisely investing checkoff dollars to [...]
Final reminder to apply for ASA Corteva Young Leader Program
Time is running out! The Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) continues seeking the next generation of leaders to represent them in the American Soybean Association (ASA) Corteva Young Leaders Program. Applications [...]
Farmers know what farmers need. That’s why the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB), which directs Wisconsin soybean checkoff dollars, is led by seven farmer-leaders. These farmer-leaders are elected by their [...]
Wisconsin soybean growers are creating opportunities beyond the St. Lawrence Seaway. In August, Wisconsin United Soybean Board Directors Sara Stelter and Nancy Kavazanjian visited Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as part [...]