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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 Election results

While many across the country are still digesting the national election results from November, the Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) has been busy getting ready to work with the new members of the Ohio General Assembly. Not much changed in Ohio during the 2016 election cycle. Most of the media have been billing the national election

OSU Data Shows Phosphorus Levels in Ohio Soil Trending Down in Most Counties

Ohio Grain Farmers Launch “Doing Their Part” Initiative  to Announce Water Quality Efforts and Progress  Leaders from Ohio’s largest grain farming organizations recently announced that Ohio farmers are doing their part in effectively managing phosphorus and other nutrient runoff from their fields — a key to helping address the state’s complex algae issues, particularly in

Ohio Soybean Association to Elect Four Trustees

The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) Board of Trustee elections are open in six districts. To be eligible for a district position, you must live in a county in the districts listed below. Districts up for election include: District 2 – Erie, Ottawa, Sandusky, and Wood Counties District 7 – Auglaize, Mercer, Miami, and Shelby Counties

Ohio Soybean Association Names Pat Tiberi Legislator of the Year

The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) today announced that Congressman Pat Tiberi (R-OH) has been named one of two Legislators of the Year in recognition of his tireless work on Trade Promotion Authority. “TPA is a priority for OSA and Ohio soybean farmers,” said Adam Graham, OSA president and soybean farmer from Logan County. “We thank