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United Soybean Board needs ND producer

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PRODUCERS WANTED: North Dakota producers have a chance to lead on national level if they apply by March 19.
All checkoff-paying soybean producers in North Dakota are eligible to apply for farmer-director position.

North Dakota soybean producers are represented on the national United Soybean Board by four farmers from the state. The North Dakota Soybean Council is seeking soybean farmers interested in filling one of those director positions on the United Soybean Board. 

All checkoff-paying soybean producers in North Dakota are eligible to apply. To be considered for the national leadership position, farmers must complete the required nomination form and "Agreement to Serve" statement and submit both to the NDSC office by March 19.

This position is open to all individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital or family status, political beliefs, parental status or protected genetic information.

The farmer-directors of USB oversee the investments of the soy checkoff to maximize profit opportunities for all U.S. soybean farmers. 

To download the nomination form and "Agreement to Serve," visit

Questions can be directed to Stephanie Sinner, executive director of the North Dakota Soybean Council, at 701-566-9300 or [email protected].

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