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Delaware Soybean Yield Contest is Growing

Delaware soybean producers will have even more incentive to push for record yields this year with the introduction of a non-irrigated category in the Delaware Soybean Yield Contest. The annual contest was created by the Delaware Soybean Board (DSB) to encourage new...

DSB Accepting Applications for Soybean Projects

The grant application period is now open for soybean promotion and communication projects funded by the soybean checkoff program. Administered by the Delaware Soybean Board (DSB), the checkoff is a 100% farmer-funded program to benefit First State soybean farmers....

Delaware Soybean Board Awards Research Grants

The Delaware Soybean Board (DSB) is pleased to announce the selection and funding of seven projects to address strategic needs of Delaware soybean farmers. These grants, totaling $53,762, are funded through the soybean checkoff program, where farmers collectively...

Delaware Soybean Board Requests Research Proposals

Researchers are encouraged to apply to the Delaware Soybean Board (DSB) to conduct soybean research benefiting Delaware farmers. The deadline to apply is December 15, 2019. “The Board is particularly interested in proposals which address promotion and protection of...

New Members and Executive Join Delaware Soybean Board

(HARRINGTON, DE) Two new farmers have joined the Delaware Soybean Board (DSB) for terms which began October 1. Both from Kent County, the new members are Kellie Blessing of Harrington and Chad Dempsey of Dover. Also representing Kent County is Brett Coverdale of...

New Executive Director Named at Delaware Soybean Board

The Delaware Soybean Board has named Danielle Bauer as Executive Director effective October 1, 2019. “Danielle’s dedication to the agriculture industry is commendable,” stated Delaware Soybean Board Chair Cory Atkins. “The Board of Directors is excited to have...

Soy Checkoff Invests in 2019 Research

The Delaware Soybean Board approved funding of six research projects totaling $64,940, with emphasis on management techniques for disease and pest control. Funding was provided through the Soybean Checkoff Program, which was authorized by Congress in 1990. The...