National Ag Leaders Roundtable

Friday, August 3rd, leaders from across NC and the country gathered to discuss the future of agriculture on a national scale. The conversation was organized by Congressman David Rouzer and Senator Thom Tillis in light of the recent nuisance lawsuits that are targeting eastern NC hog farmers. The roundtable was held at the NC State Fairgrounds…

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NC Ag Workers Eligible for Vaccines

Governor Cooper announced yesterday, that starting as early as today, March 3rd, Group 3 Frontline Essential Workers in NC are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. This includes those working in the ag industry such as: farm workers, meat packing workers, food processing workers, migrant farm/fishery workers, food distribution and supply chain workers, and restaurant…

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NC Soy puts out RFP for NC Commodities Conference Meeting Planner

SUBMISSION DEADLINE5:00 PM CST, MARCH 10, 2023 RFP TITLE: North Carolina Commodities Conference Meeting Planner RFP CONTACT:Name: Charles HallPhone: 919-309-5491Email: chall@ncsoy.org PROPOSAL DEADLINE: March 10, 2023 INTRODUCTION:The North Carolina Commodities Conference is the annual conference of the North Carolina Corn Growers Association, the North Carolina Cotton Producers Association, the North Carolina Small Grain Growers Association,…

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NC Soybean Producers Elect Seven Growers to Board

The NC Soybean Producers Association held their 53rd Annual Meeting during the NC Commodities Conference last week. President Jeff Tyson called the meeting to order on Thursday January 9th, 2020 and began updating the growers in the state on the happenings of the association of the past year. During the meeting, seven growers from across…

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NC Soybean Production Guide Available Now

    For the first time ever, we are excited to announce that an NC Soybean Production Guide is available for our soybean growers. The North Carolina Soybean Producers Association worked with NCSU faculty to get this document published so growers would have the information they need to make better decisions and increase yield and…

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NCDA&CS Soil Testing Turnaround Time & Fee

According to David H. Hardy, the Section Chief of Soil Testing with the NCDA&CS, the fee for soil testing is now in effect until March 31, 2016. The fee is $4.00 per sample. Turnaround time is now estimated at seven weeks, taking into account lower production due to Christmas holidays. The soils lab is working…

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