American Soybean Association CEO Ryan Findlay

  • Release Date: April 9th, 2020
  • Topic: Policy

Farmers know the decisions made on Capitol Hill are just as important as the decisions made on their operation. The American Soybean Association uses non-checkoff dollars to advocate for soybean farmers' policy needs with lawmakers in Washington, D.C. ASA CEO Ryan Findlay tells The State of Soy what their priorities are in 2020.

The State of Soy: Season 2, Episode 4

This month features true soybean visionaries, from Iowa's American Soybean Association past presidents – Ron Heck, Ray Gaesser and Marlyn Jorgenson, to the CEOs of the United Soybean Board, American Soybean Association and U.S. Soybean Export Council. Also in this edition, enjoy a conversation with Joe Merschman, President and CEO of Merschman Seeds. He touches on the importance of quality seed, freedom to operate and the work of the Iowa Soybean Association. And, during a time of uncertainty, see firsthand how calving and lambing season on Iowa's farms is business as usual in this edition of Through the Lens of ISA's Joe Murphy.


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