The United Soybean Board

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Production Research

VSB allocates nearly 50 percent of its operating budget each year to production research. Learn about these dollars in action through the Virginia Soybean Update.

Click here to view 2014 VSB-funded projects.

Click here to view 2013 VSB-funded projects.

Click here to view 2012 VSB-funded projects.


If you believe, belong.

Join the Virginia Soybean Association today!

The Virginia Soybean Association (VSA) is the soybean farmers’ voice in Richmond and in Washington, D.C. By joining the VSA, you will also gain membership to the American Soybean Association (ASA). VSA and ASA leadership is made up of soybean farmers just like you. You may not have the time to make a trip to see your representatives, but your membership helps grower-leaders educate federal and state policy makers and help influence important decisions that drive profitability on your farm.

Membership in VSA and ASA also provides members with multiple benefits. This includes leadership development for grower-leaders and scholarship opportunities for college students. ASA also partners with Ford, Chrysler and Cabela’s to offer discounts to members.

The mission of the Virginia Soybean Association is:
To serve the Virginia soybean farmer and consumer by bringing educational, environmental and economic value to our industry.

With fewer farmers farming every year, it’s never been more important to make sure that sound policies are in place to enhance the future of soybean farming.

Contact the Virginia Soybean Association office today to begin your membership in the Virginia Soybean Association and American Soybean Association.

Please email with any questions.

Virginia Soybean Association | P.O. Box 1627 | 315 Cross Street | Tappahannock | VA | 22560