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Written by United Soybean Board   
Friday, 26 August 2011 08:44
EVENT

USB FARMER-LEADERS AVAILABLE AT FARM PROGRESS SHOW TO STRESS IMPORTANCE OF ANIMAL AGRICULTURE

Several United Soybean Board (USB) farmer-leaders will attend the Farm Progress show next week to stress with their fellow U.S. soybean farmers the importance of supporting their No. 1 customer: the animal agriculture industry. Visit the USB and Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) tent for the opportunity to discuss that and other issues facing the soybean industry with Marc Curtis, USB chairman and soybean farmer from Leland, Miss.; Phil Bradshaw, past USB chairman and soybean farmer from Griggsville, Ill.; David Hartke, USB farmer-director and soybean farmer from Teutopolis, Ill.; and Nancy Kavazanjian, USB farmer-director and soybean farmer from Beaver Dam, Wis.

DATES Tues., August 30, Wed., August 31, and Thurs., Sept. 1, 2011
LOCATION Lots 349 and 351 
Third Progress Street, east of West Progress Avenue
Decatur, Ill.
If you would like to schedule an interview on-site or in advance, please call Erin Hamm at (314) 746-1962 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
INTERVIEW
OPPORTUNITIES
  • Marc Curtis, USB chairman and soybean farmer from Leland, Miss. (Wed., 8/31 only)
  • Phil Bradshaw, USB farmer-leader and soybean farmer from Griggsville, Ill. (Tues., 8/30 only)
  • David Hartke, USB farmer-leader and soybean farmer from Teutopolis, Ill. (Tues., 8/30-Wed. 8/31)
  • Nancy Kavazanjian, USB farmer-leader and soybean farmer from Beaver Dam, Wis. (Tues., 8/30-Wed. 8/31)
ON-SITE CONTACT Erin Hamm with USB Communications, cell (314) 412-6982
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