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'Rodeo in San Antonio' is theme of soybean gala

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The event is March 2 during Commodity Classic

Syngenta and WinField United are the premiere sponsors of the annual Soy Social and Auction celebration at the 2017 Commodity Classic in San Antonio.

“ASA is very pleased to have both Syngenta and WinField United as premier sponsors again this year,” said Willard Jack, ASA Soy Social and Auction committee chairman. “Syngenta has been a great partner of the association for years, and WinField United has joined us for their second year as a sponsor. Both are strong supporters of U.S. soybean producers, and we look forward to working with them on another memorable auction event.” 

ASA plans to “Rodeo in San Antonio!” at the Soy Social & Auction on March 2, 2017. This event provides a fun opportunity for soybean producers and industry supporters to come together and celebrate, while helping to further the goals of ASA.

“Much like the American Soybean Association, the best interests of U.S. soybean growers are at the heart of everything we do at Syngenta,” said Scott Erickson, Syngenta soybean product manager. “This commitment is highlighted throughout our soybean portfolio – from high-tech, high-yielding Golden Harvest and NK®soybean varieties to market-leading seed treatments and crop protection products – as well as our participation in organizations like the American Soybean Association.” 

“WinField United is driven to help soybean growers be successful and is excited to partner with the American Soybean Association to continue the advancement of soybean production and management practices,” said Mike Anderson, marketing manager for WinField United.

Source: ASA

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