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golf

Time to take your golf bag out of storage; bring out the shorts, cleats and shades; and put an iron to your Minnesoyta polo shirt. We’re back! Yes, the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association is teeing up the return of in-person…


Two Redwood County farmers lead the latest new class of emerging leaders who are honing their skills to serve as the voices for U.S. agriculture through the American Soybean Association (ASA) and Corteva Agriscience Young Leaders program. Kelli and Jeff…


capitol

Several times during the American Soybean Association’s 2021 Hill Visit, farmer-leaders began speaking with legislators … except, the voice coming from the speakers sounded muffled and distorted. It wasn’t intentional, but proved to drive home a point. Even if the…


soybean news

Farming is a stressful job – even in good times – and the COVID-19 outbreak and resulting economic hardships have only added to farmers’ and ranchers’ stress, and that of their families, colleagues and communities. This year during Commodity Classic,…


soybean news

On the third episode of Spill the Beans, Josh Stamper of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture delivered a presentation on what farmers need to know about using dicamba in 2021. The webinar was sponsored by the Minnesota Soybean Research &…


The American Soybean Association (ASA) is now accepting applications for the Valent Ag Voices of the Future program, which will be held July 19-22, 2021, in conjunction with the summer ASA Board meeting and Soy Issues Forum in Washington, D.C.…


soybean news

The Minnesota Soybean Growers Association (MSGA) premiered its Spill the Beans webinar series this week with a presentation from Houston Engineering about Minnesota’s 10-year watershed approach. MSGA President Jamie Beyer hosted the webinar. Houston Engineering, a longtime Minnesota Soybean supporter…


Normally, the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association’s annual meeting is held during MN AG EXPO, serving as a winter reunion for MSGA members and Minnesota’s agriculture community. This year was a different affair, as farmers had to gather virtually to settle…