A maturity group 8, glyphosate tolerant forage soybean with the Long Juvenile trait. It is a full-season, tall bush variety that stays palatable late into the growing season. A good grain yielder for the southern U.S. The Long Juvenile trait was first recognized in wild soybeans growing in the low latitudes of the tropics. The trait allows the plant to be less sensitive to the length of daylight and stay in the vegetative period for longer periods of time. A distinctive benefit for preserving palatability and digestibility in forage soybeans.