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Beck’s Young Farm Leader

OSA and Beck’s Hybrids have partnered to create the Beck’s Young Farm Leader Program to showcase the hard work, dedication and leadership of young Ohio farmers.

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Columbus, Ohio Succession Planning Workshop Rescheduled

The American Soybean Association (ASA) Succession Planning Workshop in Columbus, Ohio is rescheduled for Jan. 15, 2015 (originally scheduled for August 2014). “The information provided in these workshops is very important for soybean producers to hear and understand so they can make sure to protect their family farm and insure it remains a profitable business.”

Stewardship of New Technologies Embraced by U.S. Meat Industry

For the past several months, a diverse group of representatives from technology companies and the U.S. beef, pork and lamb industries has tackled a critical question related to global access for U.S. meat: What steps can the meat industry take to ensure that the introduction of new production and processing technologies does not interrupt trade?

Ohio Soybean Association to Elect Seven Trustees

The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) Board of Trustee elections are open in six districts and one at-large position. To be eligible for a district position, you must live in a county in the districts listed. Any Ohio soybean farmer is eligible to run for the at-large position. Districts up for election include: District 4 –

Andy Wentling of Stark County Named Beck’s Young Farm Leader

For many young farmers, operating the family farm isn’t their only job. They may be working off the farm, raising a family and participating in their community organizations. Some like Andy Wentling, a third generation farmer from Stark County, also find time in their busy schedules to take on leadership roles in agriculture. Working by