Spring Publication 2021
Interested in news on the 2020 Yield Contest Winners, reports on the new research, or farm features? Our Spring Publication has all this and more! Check out the digital version here.
2021 Bill Jenkins Growing the Next Generation Scholarship Application Now Open
The New York Corn & Soybean Growers Association is pleased to once again be able to offer 2 scholarship opportunities in honor of Bill Jenkins for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications are due back by May 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm. Check out the application for detailed information.
NYCSGA ANNOUNCES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR LEGISLATIVE CONSULTING SERVICES
The New York Corn & Soybean Growers Association, Inc., is a grass-roots membership organization representing corn and soybean producers working to advance public policy for corn and soybean growers in New York State and through its Policy Division engages in the sponsorship of research on corn production, utilization, and marketing, and hosts educational programs on
Third Generation Farmer Finds Deep Satisfaction in Diversity of CY Farms Operation
When Christian Yunker left his family’s farm to study finance and economics at Cornell University, he didn’t know if he would ever return. While his parents never pushed careers in agriculture on their children, Christian’s passion for farming drew him back home after six years working in the banking industry. “As part of the next
Tom Corcoran: A Farmer Who Likes to Instagram Do Internet celebrities walk among our corn and soy growers in New York State? Tom Corcoran, a grower from Caledonia, New York, with over 6,000 followers on Instagram, is getting close. During harvest season 2019, New York Corn and Soybean Growers Association (NYCSGA) Executive Director Colleen Klein
Farmer Feature: Donn Branton
Content with the Country Life Within just a few moments of talking with Donn Branton, it’s clear that he loves what he does and knows exactly what he values. A man rooted deeply in living each day in the present, he is forward-thinking with a strong will to keep Branton Farms thriving for the next
2020 Bill Jenkins Growing the Next Generation Scholarship Open