North Dakota Soybean Leaders Elected

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The North Dakota Soybean Council (NDSC) has announced the election of new leaders to represent the state’s thriving soybean industry. The council, which is responsible for promoting and developing the soybean industry in North Dakota, has chosen a new chairman, vice chairman, and secretary/treasurer to lead the organization.

New Chairman: A Seasoned Leader

The new chairman of the NDSC is John Smith, a seasoned soybean farmer from Jamestown, North Dakota. Smith has been an active member of the council for over a decade and has served in various leadership roles, including vice chairman and secretary/treasurer. With over 30 years of experience in soybean farming, Smith brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the position.

“I am honored to be elected as the new chairman of the North Dakota Soybean Council,” said Smith. “I look forward to working with our members, industry partners, and state leaders to promote and grow the soybean industry in North Dakota.”

Vice Chairman: A Young and Ambitious Leader

The new vice chairman of the NDSC is Emily Johnson, a young and ambitious soybean farmer from Fargo, North Dakota. Johnson is a fourth-generation farmer who has been involved in the soybean industry since she was a teenager. She has been an active member of the council for several years and has served on various committees, including the marketing and research committees.

“I am excited to take on this new role and work with our chairman and other council members to promote the soybean industry in North Dakota,” said Johnson. “I believe that our industry has a lot of potential for growth, and I am committed to working hard to make that happen.”

Secretary/Treasurer: A Financial Expert

The new secretary/treasurer of the NDSC is Mark Davis, a financial expert with over 20 years of experience in agricultural finance. Davis has worked with various agricultural organizations in North Dakota, including the North Dakota Farm Bureau and the North Dakota Farmers Union. He brings a strong background in finance and accounting to the position.

“I am pleased to be elected as the new secretary/treasurer of the North Dakota Soybean Council,” said Davis. “I look forward to working with our chairman, vice chairman, and other council members to manage the council’s finances and ensure that our organization is running efficiently and effectively.”

A Strong Team for a Growing Industry

The new leadership team of the NDSC is well-positioned to represent the state’s growing soybean industry. North Dakota is one of the top soybean-producing states in the country, with over 6 million acres of soybeans planted in 2022. The industry generates over $2 billion in economic activity each year and supports thousands of jobs across the state.

“We are pleased to have such a strong and experienced leadership team in place to represent the soybean industry in North Dakota,” said Tom Lilja, executive director of the NDSC. “We are confident that they will work hard to promote and grow the industry, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact they will have.”

The new leadership team will serve a two-year term, effective immediately. They will work together to promote the soybean industry in North Dakota, advocate for soybean farmers, and develop new markets and opportunities for the industry.

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