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Michigan Soybean Association Joins ALM
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The Agricultural Leaders of Michigan (ALM) today announced that the Michigan Soybean Association (MSA) has joined the organization.


Source: Agricultural Leaders of Michigan

Michigan Soybean Association Joins ALM


The Agricultural Leaders of Michigan (ALM) today announced that the Michigan Soybean Association (MSA) has joined the organization.

“The Agricultural Leaders of Michigan are pleased to welcome the Michigan Soybean Association to the coalition,” said Dave Armstrong, president and CEO of GreenStone Farm Credit Services. “The addition of the Michigan Soybean Association will strengthen the voice of agriculture in Michigan and allow ALM to continue working to grow Michigan’s agricultural sector, create jobs and diversify Michigan’s economy.”

Agricultural Leaders of Michigan is a coalition of agricultural, commodity and agri-business leaders committed to promoting Michigan agriculture, participating in the ongoing dialogue about issues affecting our state and harnessing agriculture’s power and potential to further grow Michigan’s economy. In addition to MSA, ALM includes: GreenStone Farm Credit Services, the Michigan Agri-Business Association, Michigan Allied Poultry Industries Inc., the Michigan Corn Growers Association, the Michigan Milk Producers Association, the Michigan Pork Producers Association and Potato Growers of Michigan.

The Michigan Soybean Association is committed to voicing the needs and concerns of Michigan's soybean industry. MSA strives to develop leaders that will provide highly effective representation for Michigan’s soybean farmers before all governmental agencies and the general public.

For more information, please visit www.agleadersmi.com.