43rd MSA ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS is at the 2017 GREAT LAKES CROP SUMMIT!
We invite you to attend the 2017 MSA Annual Meeting of Members. This year’s meeting will be held during the Great Lakes Crop Summit on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mt. Pleasant at 4:30 p.m. This meeting will be held concurrent with Michigan Corn Growers Association annual meeting. You do not have to register for the summit to be able to attend this meeting.
Registration is now open for the fourth annual GLCS at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mount Pleasant, January 25-26, 2017. The two-day event is bigger and better than ever! There is a full schedule of educational sessions on topics from agronomy and on-farm technology to marketing and social media. Industry and university experts will be sharing the latest crop research information. The trade show will showcase some of the best products and technologies in Michigan agriculture. There will be plenty of time to network and opportunities to earn RUP and CCA credits for attending. The keynote speaker is Greg Peterson from Kansas. Check out the full schedule and register now at www.GreatLakesCropSummit.com!
We hope to see you there!
Paying the checkoff does not make you a member of the Michigan Soybean Association.
To improve and advocate for the Michigan soybean industry.
This Corporation is a membership organization, operated to voice the needs and concerns of Michigan's soybean industry. As an affiliate of the American Soybean Association, we strive to develop leaders that will provide highly effective representation for our members in any relevant forms - before all governmental agencies and the general public. As stated on the Michigan Soybean Association Strategic Plan, the vision of this corporation is to increase value to Michigan's soybean industry. The Michigan Soybean Association contracts with The Frederick Group for their educational and lobbying needs.
The Michigan Soybean Association is committed to voicing the concerns and needs of the soybean industry. We work cooperatively with the Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee to carry out the political and policy activities that the Promotion Committee is legally prohibited from pursuing.
To view the Michigan Soybean Association Strategic Plan, click here.