Events and Programs

The staff of the Missouri Soybean Association and Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council work on a number of events throughout the year, both as hosts and in partnership with our fellow ag organizations and other groups. Keep an eye on this page to see what’s coming up and to learn more about getting involved.

Upcoming Events

  • Communicating News About Science and Agriculture

    Start: 15th Nov 2019

    Interested in learning about telling the stories of agriculture, food, health and the environment - especially across rural Missouri? Join the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council, along with partners from the University of Missouri, for a day of speakers and Q&A at the Litton Agri-Science Learning Center in Chillicothe. High school students interested in the #MissouriMethod of journalism can register online by clicking here. For more information, contact Christine Tew at ctew@mosoy.org.

  • The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail

    Start: 4th Apr 2020

    Join Missouri farmers from the CommonGround program and Hermann-area wineries for the annual Farmers' Table Wine Trail April 4. A limited number of tickets are available—advance purchase required.  Ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass. Visit any or all of the participating wineries to enter a drawing for a Missouri gift basket and one night’s stay in Hermann. Learn more and purchase tickets at https://hermannwinetrail.com/wine-trail-events/farmers-table-wine-trail/.

If you’re interested in helping with meetings throughout the year, whether participating with Missouri Soybeans’ farmer leaders and staff, or bringing together folks in your community for a conversation, contact Christine Tew at ctew@mosoy.org.

Product Research

The MSMC, along with partners such as the University of Missouri-Columbia, boast one of the top production research programs in the country. See how the MSMC and USB are working to boost your yields.

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Soy Products Guide

Soy offers manufacturers a greener, cleaner and safer way to make everything from candles and couches to fuels and paints. This interactive guide will give you a closer look at the soy-based products available today.

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