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Iowa Soybean Farmers Elected to State, National Leadership Posts

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Iowa Soybean Association executive committee members from left: Dave Walton (Treasurer), Tim Bardole (President), Robb Ewoldt (Secretary), Jeff Jorgenson (President-Elect) and Randy Miller (At-large). (Photo: Aaron Putze/Iowa Soybean Association)

By Katie James, ISA public relations manager

Iowa soybean farmers have been elected to state and national leadership posts during a recent meeting of the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) board of directors.

Joining ISA President Tim Bardole of Rippey on the state association’s executive committee are Jeff Jorgenson, Sidney, President-elect; Dave Walton, Wilton, Treasurer; Robb Ewoldt, Davenport, Secretary; and Randy Miller, Lacona, At-large..

Bardole welcomed the state soybean leaders to their posts.

“This executive committee is experienced, dedicated and committed to doing what’s best for soybean growers,” he said. “I’m looking forward to working with them to continue the mission of ISA – helping soybean farmers be more competitive and profitable.”

Several farmers were also elected to represent Iowa as American Soybean Association (ASA) directors. They include Walton and Steph Essick of Dickens. Re-elected to the ASA board were Brian Kemp of Sibley and Morey Hill of Madrid. Continuing to serve as ASA directors are John Heisdorffer of Keota and Wayne Fredericks of Osage.

For media inquiries, please contact Katie Johnson, ISA Public Relations Manager at kjohnson@iasoybeans.com or Aaron Putze, ISA Communications Director at aputze@iasoybeans.com

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