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ARKANSAS SOYBEAN MONTH 2021

50 Years of ASPB

The ASPB is celebrating 50 years of service to soybean producers. Here is the latest documentary looking back at the Board’s work helping Arkansas soybean producers.

Arkansas Farm Talk Feature

Watch as Carson Horn joins Mike Linton on Arkansas Farm Talk to discuss Arkansas Soybean Month.

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson proclaimed November to be Arkansas Soybean Month in 2021. The ASPB invites all Arkansans to join in this year’s Arkansas Soybean Month celebration.

Special thanks to Gov. Asa Hutchinson for helping ASPB promote Arkansas Soybean Month and the Board’s 50th anniversary. Watch the segment from KATV here.

Explore the ASPB website and social media for ideas to celebrate. There are recipe ideas, information about careers in agriculture and the latest research.

While you’re here, watch The Soybean Brand Documentary. It’s a short video that offers a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to sustain this valuable industry.

A Special Message From Donald Morton

Friends,

It’s November, which means it’s Arkansas Soybean Month!

We have lots planned this month to celebrate. Follow our social media for cooking videos – featuring recipes found on TheMiracleBean.com. Find the links to our social media in the upper right corner of this page.

We’ll also be giving out some of our 50th anniversary tote bags at farmers markets around Central Arkansas. Stay tuned to our social media channels this month for announcements on how to get yours.

Be sure to check back in to this page all month long in November for updates on ways you can celebrate with us. You won’t want to miss all the fun things we have planned!

On a final note, I’d like to say, we have done a lot since the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board was established 50 years ago to improve the soybean industry and to make its importance known to the state in Arkansas. Our research has supported industry advancement, our state is represented on the national leadership board, and we are reaching a wider audience – including our state is represented on the national students and consumers.

Our work has only begun. I can’t wait to see where we go from here.



Donald Morton

Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board Chair

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