Minnesota Soybean Business

Faces of MSGA: Chris Bryce

It takes a village – whether you’re raising children, soybeans or advocating for farmers.

Pope County farmer Chris Bryce became a MSGA member because he recognized the need for the agricultural community to join forces.

“One person can’t tackle the issues facing not only soybean farming, but agriculture in general,” said Bryce, a regional agronomist for LG Seed. “By banding together, we can accomplish more.”

These are the same ideals that prompted Bryce, who grew up on a corn and soybean farm in Glenwood, to join his county Corn and Soybean Board.

Chris Bryce is a proud member of MSGA.

“My dad was a past board member and a lot of farmers that I work with on a day-to-day basis are part of it,” Bryce said. “It’s supporting the people that support me in my daily work, and just being part of telling our story.”

Bryce spotlighted the valuable work that MSGA accomplishes for its members, and soybean farmers across Minnesota, adding to the list of reasons he encourages all producers to invest in MSGA.

“MSGA is important because of the support they provide the soybean industry through foreign trade and legislative advocacy,” he said.

As the gap between food producers and food consumers widen, Bryce hopes that the ag community will rally together.

“As an industry, we have to grab the bull by the horns, or in this case, the bean by the pod,” Bryce said. “There are a lot of people making decisions that have huge impacts on our daily lives that don’t necessarily understand the decisions that they’re making or the ramifications of those decisions.”


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