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NYCSGA Call for Nominations for 2019 Board of Directors

The New York Corn and Soybean Growers Association, Inc. is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2019 Board of Directors. The board seeks to elect the seats of three (3) regular Director positions whose terms will expire on 09/30/2018. The board also seeks to fill an additional vacant seat for a term
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Melissa Keller Awarded Bill Jenkins Growing the Next Generation Scholarship

SILVER SPRINGS (May 31, 2018)-The New York Corn and Soybean Growers Association is pleased to announce Melissa Keller as the recipient of the 2018 Bill Jenkins Growing the Next Generation Scholarship. Melissa hails from Corfu, NY and has just completed her freshmen year at The State University of New York at Cobleskill where she is
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Soil Health Questionnaire: Costs and benefits for farms in New York State

Cornell University, on behalf of the New York State Soil Health Workgroup, has developed a questionnaire for farmers funded by New York State Ag & Markets. The initiative is focused on soil health, farm sustainability, environmental quality, and resilience of agriculture to extreme weather events. Completion of this questionnaire is voluntary and anonymous. The information
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2018 Bill Jenkins Growing the Next Generation Scholarship Application Open

2018 Bill Jenkins GTNG Scholarship Application

NYCSGA Appoints Dean Norton Director of Public Policy

SILVER SPRINGS (December 11, 2017) – The New York Corn & Soybean Growers Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Dean Norton as their Director of Public Policy. Dean brings with him a wealth of experience in the public policy arena having served as President of the New York Farm Bureau for eight years
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What Crop Traits are Genetically Engineered (or GMO)?

Check out this great article by Joe Lawrence , Cornell University/Pro-Dairy, which delves into what exactly it means for a crop to be “GMO Free”. What Crop Traits are Genetically Engineered (or GMO)?

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