The Louisiana Soybean Association was founded in 1967 and became affiliated with the American Soybean Association the same year. Recently, the Louisiana Soybean Association was merged into the Louisiana Cotton & Grain Association.
ASA Presidents from Louisiana
John P. Gray, Baton Rouge, La., ASA president 1932-33
State Association Gallery
American Soybean Association-Louisiana Soybean Association checkoff money is at work in the Louisiana Delta. Lynn Beasley (left) of the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station interviews Madison Parish producer Edward Yerger, Jr., as part of a survey of Delta farmers to be used in an economic analysis study of soybean production practices. This is a cost-and-return study that will assist growers to obtain maximum yield at minimum cost. (Photo undated)
A 38-member delegation of feed specialists from Japan were guest of the Louisiana Soybean Association at Hugo’s in Lake Providence, La., during their recent tour. Standing at far left is Joe Elliott, president of the association. The American Soybean Association was co-sponsor of the tour and a feed school at Iowa State University. (Photo undated)