Maryland Soybean Board Accepting Proposals for Promotions

The Maryland Soybean Board is seeking proposals for projects that promote soybeans or their many by-products. Interested applicants should submit their proposals by July 15. Projects should be for their upcoming fiscal year, beginning October 1, 2022, and should focus...

Soy Checkoff Builds Value for Maryland Soybean Farmers

The Maryland Soybean Board (MSB) recently released their Soybean Sampler Annual Report, demonstrating how the soy checkoff has worked to build value for Maryland farmers over the past year. In 2021, the farmer leaders of MSB voted to fund over $440,000 in priority...

Safety First is Family First

Seven Steps to Reduce Stress on the Farm As the backbone of our communities, agriculture focuses on the health of farms, environment, crops and animals – but now there is a focus also on the farmer, family and farm employees. The nature of farming has unique...

Road Safety Campaign Aims to Keep Farmers Safe

Creative tools available to help farmers and farm-employees take to the road safely. Aiding U.S. farmers in getting home safely to their families every night is a priority for your soy checkoff. While farming may be one of the most rewarding occupations, it’s also one...

Soybean Farmers Enhance Leadership Skills

Maryland farmers Belinda Burrier of Union Bridge and Shane King of Princess Anne took a trip to the Sunshine State to attend the American Soybean Association’s (ASA) Soybean Leadership Academy earlier this month. The two joined more than 100 other grower leaders and...