2018 Yield Contest Winners Announced

Matthews Family Farm of Davie County won the annual North Carolina Soybean Yield Contest for the second year in a row with an entry of 104.5 bushels per acre. Kevin Matthews received the award for the highest yield at the annual NC Commodities Conference of the corn, cotton, small grains and soybean associations in Durham,…

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Jeff Tyson, Nashville – President

Soybean Leaders Vote In New Board President

On Jan. 11, 2019, the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association Board of Directors elected new officers and executive committee members. Jeff Tyson of Nashville, N.C. was elected president of the Association. “I look forward to serving as president of the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association and putting programs in place to help soybean farmers in…

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Annual N.C. Soybean Research Scholarships Awarded

The 2018 North Carolina Soybean Research Scholarship recipients have been named. These scholarships funded by the NCSPA through the checkoff are awarded annually to N.C. State University students majoring in agriculture or related fields. To qualify, students must demonstrate how their studies and work experiences will impact soybean production and/or research in their future careers.…

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2018 Sporting Clays Tournament

The NC SoyPAC held their annual Sporting Clays Challenge last Friday, March 23, 2018. This year’s tournament featured a change in the schedule, moving the usual start time from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Participants were treated to two rounds of shooting and a steak dinner at the end of the day, also a new…

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2018 Sporting Clays Challenge

Join us for the annual Sporting Clays Challenge on Mar. 23, 2018 from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Drake Landing in Fuquay-Varina, N.C. All proceeds benefit the NC SoyPAC which advocates for federal policies favorable to soybean growers, and supports congressional candidates that support farmers. The schedule has changed this year with the tournament…

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Helping Local Farms and Neighbors in Need

Developed by the North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF), the Farmers and Communities Manage Deer (FCMD) project has successfully demonstrated that when farmers, sportsmen, and community groups work together, deer damage to crops can be reduced, farm income and community revenues can be improved, and high-quality ground meat can be efficiently processed and delivered to those…

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