WISHH Perspectives

ASA/WISHH’s Eggcellent Protein Progress in Ghana

The results keep growing from the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health Program’s USDA Food for Progress Poultry Project that concluded its activities in Ghana in 2019.

Ghanaian poultry farmers, like Mathew Bonso, continue to make progress and recognize the value of their long-term partnership with WISHH that has leveraged soy checkoff and USDA resources.

Bonso prefers U.S. Soy protein for his growing flock that already produces eight million eggs a year. WISHH Chair Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare, an Illinois soybean grower, and WISHH Treasurer Bob Haselwood, a Kansas soybean grower, explain why this partnership is a win for both Ghana and the United States.

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WISHH’s Craig Williams Speaks at Purdue Food Security Roundtable

WISHH Secretary Craig Williams described how U.S. soy is a protein powerhouse during his featured remarks at a global food security roundtable that brought Indiana’s top agriculture leaders to Purdue University on September 6. The Eleanor Crook Foundation partnered with

ASA Confirms New WISHH Executive Committee

American Soybean Association President Brad Doyle has confirmed the election of ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health Program officers and committee members for the upcoming year. Officers are Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare (ASA-IL) who will serve as Chair, Morey Hill