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It's Never to Early to Think about Seed Selection
With harvest still around the corer, most growers' minds haven't turned to seed selection for next year yet, but it's one of the most important management decisions they make.  It's never to early to start planning for the best seed selection to help boost yield and profitability.  Continue reading on our site find out some resources farmers can use to make the best seed decisions for their farms. 
 
Celebrate Agriculture With NCSPA at NC State's AgDay
We hope you’ll join the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association in celebrating agriculture, North Carolina’s top industry, at N.C.State University’s Ag Day football game vs. Louisville on Oct. 3, 2015. Festivities include the 24th annual CALS Tailgate event in PNC Arena prior to kick-off and family-friendly interactive sponsor exhibits, agriculture machinery displays and photo opportunities in Fan Zone. Throughout the course of the game, individuals involved in the North Carolina agriculture industry will be featured in video board segments. During the game, two undergraduate students will be recognized on field as the inaugural recipients of the Ag Day Scholarships.

“The agriculture industry plays a significant role in the state of North Carolina and we are proud to honor this industry once again this year,” said NC State Head Football Coach Dave Doeren. “Ag Day has become one of our signature events and I expect it to be even bigger this season.”

Continue to our Site to find out more about Ag Day activities.

Choosing the Right Words to Tell Your Story 
As farmers, we are often asked questions about our farming practices or how food is grown.This information is important to consumers and it’s important to answer their questions, and there’s no one better to answer them than the people who grow the food.
Continue Reading on our site to find out great ways to tell your story. 

 
Wild Soybean Field Day- Tuesday September 29, 2015 

Come see the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association at the Wild Soybean Field Day, to see the latest results of the largest wild soybean breeding experiment in the world.

Breakfast is served at 8 am, Field Day starts at 9 am.

Address: Central Crops Research Station, 13233 US 70 West Business, Clayton, NC 27520
Call (919)-515-2734 to register or for more information

 
Ag Day at Carter Finley Stadium- October 3, 2015
N.C. State vs. Louisville Football Game

Coming to the game..? Then, come see the North Carolina Soybean Producers Association in the Fan Zone before the 2015 Ag Day game. Also see special tributes to NC farmers during the game at Carter Finley Stadium, including agricultural facts promoted during the game videos featuring our NC farmers, and a half time presentation honoring people in agriculture. 

We will located in the Fan Zone 3 hours prior to Kick-off Time. Make sure you stop by!

 
NCSPA ANNOUNCEMENTS 
Research Coordinator Position

The association is now advertising to hire a Research Coordinator. Applications will be accepted until October 7, 2015. Visit our website to see full job description, or find it and apply at www.agcareers.com 

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