The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board was established to improve the sustainability and profitability of the soybean industry in Arkansas.
The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board (ASPB) was established to improve the profitability of soybean production in Arkansas and to distribute funds from the checkoff for research and extension projects throughout the state. This board consists of soybean producers nominated by various producer organizations within Arkansas and appointed by the governor.
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Soybeans are grown by thousands of farmers in 50 of Arkansas' 75 counties. Last year, Arkansas produced 122 million bushels of soybeans valued at $1 billion. Arkansas' poultry and livestock industries make our state the third largest consumer of soybean meal, and Arkansas ranks 10th in the nation in soybean production.
ASPB works to ensure the checkoff funds provided by Arkansas soybean producers are dedicated to research, promotion and education. It is vital these initiatives have a positive impact on Arkansas soybean producers and the soybean industry in Arkansas.
We encourage Arkansans to harvest the potential of the crop we call the "miracle bean" for its many uses. We want Arkansans to utilize soy-based products in homes and businesses through use, education and conversation. Find out more at www.themiraclebean.com.
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