Ankeny, Iowa — If you are a soybean farmer interested in state leadership, consider running for the Iowa Soybean Association board of directors this July. The association is seeking nominees in Crop District 1 for a three-year term.
Eligible candidates must be a soybean grower who has marketed 250 bushels of soybeans last year and lives in Lyon, Osceola, Dickinson, Emmet, Sioux, O’Brien, Clay, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Cherokee, Buena Vista or Pocahontas County.
This is a great opportunity to step up and help provide direction for this state association. Learn more about serving on the Board of Directors.
Contact Heather Lilienthal with the Iowa Soybean Association for more information or to express your interest prior to April 13. Heather is available at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-778-8035. You can also find her on the association staff listing on the website at www.iasoybeans.com.
Not funded by the soybean checkoff
The Iowa Soybean Association (www.iasoybeans.com) is “Driven To Deliver” increased soybean demand through market development and new uses, farmer-focused research and results, timely information and know-how and policy initiatives enabling farmers and the industry to flourish. Founded in 1964 by farmers to serve farmers, ISA is governed by a board of 22 farmers to advocate on behalf of the state’s 40,000 soybean producers, including more than 12,000 ISA farmer members and industry stakeholders.