The North Dakota soybean checkoff board is now seeking to fill an open director position on the United Soybean Board. North Dakota Soybean Council Executive Director Stephanie Sinner outlines the commitment necessary for this board. “The board meets four times per calendar year, but that does not include the additional committee work or the opportunity that United Soybean Board members have to help out with industry partners like livestock production, biodiesel and international marketing.” If interested, soybean farmers must submit the required nomination form and ‘agreement to serve’ paperwork to the NDSC office by Friday, March 19. As soybean production increased in North Dakota, the state received its fourth seat on the USB in 2019.
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