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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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Ohio Soybean Association Supports CAUV Reform in State Budget

The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) is voicing its support of language in the proposed state budget that would reform the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) program. In recent years, farmland in Ohio has seen up to a 300 percent increase in taxable value, putting a significant burden on family farmers during a time of lower

Emilie Regula Joins the Ohio Soybean Association and Ohio Soybean Council

The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) and Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) welcomed Emilie Regula as the OSA Policy & Membership Coordinator/OSC Marketing & Outreach Coordinator, beginning today. As Policy & Membership Coordinator, Regula will assist with OSA’s legislative and policy program, coordinate membership campaigns, and organize OSA participation in statewide, regional and national programs and events.

Ohio Soybean Position Announcement

Applications are being accepted for the position of Ohio Soybean Association Policy and Membership Coordinator (50%) and Ohio Soybean Council Marketing and Outreach Coordinator (50%). Applications will be accepted for this position until Friday, March 24, 2017. To apply, please email or mail a cover letter and resume to: Kirk Merritt Executive Director Ohio Soybean

Soy Select Aims to Grow Leadership in Agriculture

Agriculture faces numerous challenges; from production methods to prices, conservation practices and the science behind it all. These challenges require strong leaders from diverse backgrounds and create a need to cultivate and engage people with fresh perspectives to take on critical roles in the industry. A few years ago, the Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) Board