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

  • Missouri Delta Soil Health Alliance – 5th Annual Soil Health Clinic

    Start: 11th Dec 2018

    The Missouri Delta Soil Health Alliance is hosting it's annual Soil Health Clinic December 11 at the Miner Convention Center. Click here for the flyer and RSVP information.

  • Missouri Farm Labor Management Workshop – Sikeston

    Start: 13th Dec 2018

    Does your farm or agribusiness have or want to add employees? If so, this may be an opportunity for you. This one-day workshop was developed by University of Missouri Extension to help you to improve your labor management, improve your finances and protect your business. Learn more and register online at https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/missouri-farm-labor-management-workshop-1-2.

  • SHP Soil Health Summit – St. Louis

    Start: 15th Jan 2019

    The SHP’s Soil Health Summit will for the first time be open to all farmers and the public. The summit will take place on January 15-16, 2019 in St. Louis.  See event website for more details:  https://www.soilhealthpartnership.org/summit/

  • Missouri Soybean Association Annual Meeting

    Start: 28th Jan 2019

    The Missouri Soybean Association's annual meeting will be held Monday, January 28 in Jefferson City.  For planning details, contact Casey Wasser at cwasser@mosoy.org.

  • Missouri Soybean Association Legislative Reception

    Start: 28th Jan 2019

    The Missouri Soybean Association will host a legislative reception the evening of Monday, January 28 in Jefferson City.  For planning details, contact Casey Wasser at cwasser@mosoy.org.

  • Missouri Soybean Association Legislative Visits

    Start: 29th Jan 2019

    Missouri Soybean Association members will head to the Capitol for visits with legislators and staff Tuesday, January 29 in Jefferson City.  For planning details, contact Casey Wasser at cwasser@mosoy.org.

  • Commodity Classic

    Start: 28th Feb 2019

    Commodity Classic - America's largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show - will be held in Orlando, Florida for 2019. Housing and registration information is expected to be available in November 2018. Visit commodityclassic.com for more information.

  • Missouri DNR Pesticide Collection Event – Portageville

    Start: 9th Mar 2019

    The University of Missouri's Fisher Delta Research Center is partnering with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to host a Pesticide Collection Event from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 9.  Individuals may bring pesticides, including: herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, dewormers, fly tags and fertilizer containing pesticides. Pesticides from businesses will not be accepted. To learn more, click here.

  • The Farmers Table Wine Trail Event

    Start: 6th Apr 2019

    Join Missouri CommonGround and the Hermann Wine Trail for a day of food and fellowship with farm women. Tickets are $30 per person and include food and wine samples, along with a commemorative glass. Learn more online 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.

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