The Minnesota Soybean Growers Association is excited to announce the return of the “Spill the Beans” webinar series in 2022. Spill the Beans debuted in winter 2021, and this year will once again feature a roster of speakers covering an array of agriculture-related topics, from policy discussions to production practices.
“Even though we’ve returned to in-person events, we received lots of positive feedback from growers last year and have decided to continue to ‘Spill the Beans’ this winter,” MSGA President Mike Skaug said. “We look forward to another entertaining and informative series that will help prepare our members for the year ahead.”
Spill the Beans airs Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 9 a.m. on Zoom and will be broadcasted on MSGA’s Facebook page. This webinar will run each Wednesday through March 9.
Upcoming topics include:
Feb. 2: MSGA lobbyists Cory Bennett and A.J. Duerr will discuss MGSA’s legislative priorities during the 2022 Legislative Session, which begins Jan. 30. Cory and A.J will also give an overview of the statewide election in November.
Feb. 9: Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance – Diversifying Your Soybean Crop with Identity Preserved
Feb 23: Where is the Carbon Market Today and What to Know Before Signing A Contract – TruTerra Mariah Murphy
March 9: Nate Firle with Beck’s Hybrids – PFR Program Proven Insights to Profitable Soybeans
- Nate will explore data from years of Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR) projects, sharing PFR Proven products, practices, and strategies for increasing profits in soybeans. These insights will drive timely decision making for the upcoming 2022 growing season.
More speakers, including a panel on hydrocarbon biofuels, will be announced in the coming weeks on MSGA’s website and social media pages. Spill the Beans is free, but registration is recommended, as all registered participants will be eligible to win a $100 gift card. Register here today.
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Sara Hewitt at email@example.com. All proceeds from the Spill the Beans webinar series help support MSGA’s advocacy efforts in St. Paul and Washington, D.C.