Online home of the Texas Soybean Board and Texas Soybean Association
Texas animal agriculture consumed the meal from more than 65 million bushels in 2011.
Lonestar State farmers produced more than 2.8 million bushels of soybeans last year.
About the Texas Soybean Board
The Texas Soybean Board (TSB) consists of a farmer-driven board responsible for managing the soy checkoff program at the state level for Texas soybean farmers. The soy checkoff helps ensure a strong and profitable future for soybean farmers.
About the Texas Soybean Association
The mission of the Texas Soybean Association (TSA) is to serve as the voice and advocate for soybean-farmer-members. Member dues and corporate partnerships provide funds to work on issues and legislation favorable to soybean profitability with elected officials and regulators in Austin and Washington, D.C.