Working for You

Founded in 1973, the Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) is a grassroots, farmer-led, membership organization. Since the soybean checkoff is prohibited by law from lobbying, WSA works to ensure that sound policies are in place to enhance the future of soybean farming.

From the Dairyland to D.C., WSA farmer leaders, along with the American Soybean Association, work on behalf of our 1,200 members to ensure farm friendly policy is set at the local, state and national level that actually works for Wisconsin’s nearly 14,000 soybean farmers.

• Be the No. 1 source of soybean information for legislators and political influencers and to increase effectiveness in public policy arenas.
• Serve as the go-to resource for WSA members and soybean industry partners in the state and nationally.
• Recruit, develop and retain future soybean leaders with an eye on ag policy in Wisconsin.

Voluntary membership in WSA allows our directors to work on behalf of all Wisconsin soybean farmers in Madison and in Washington, D.C. By becoming a member, you ensure your voice is heard on issues important to the state’s soybean industry.

Strengthen the voice of Wisconsin soybean growers by joining today.