10 Jul New Directors Join the North Dakota Soybean Council
FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Soybean Council (NDSC) recently welcomed three new directors to the board. They officially started their terms on April 1, 2019.
Wimbledon soybean farmer Robert (Rob) Rose was elected to represent soybean farmers in District 5: Barnes County. Rose farms with his wife, and they produce soybeans, corn, wheat, barley and pinto beans on a fifth-generation centennial farm. He has been a local township board supervisor for the past 18 years and holds an agricultural economics degree from North Dakota State University (NDSU).
Brian Jodock, a soybean farmer from Northwood was elected to represent District 7: Traill and Grand Forks counties. He and his son farm together, and they grow soybeans, corn, wheat, and edible beans. Jodock is president of the Northwood Equity Elevator. He holds a degree from NDSU in music education.
Adam Redmann, a soybean producer from Saint Thomas, was appointed to represent soybean farmers in District 10: Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh Counties. Redmann and his father raise soybeans, corn, pinto beans and pink beans. Redmann is involved with his local church and holds a finance degree from the University of North Dakota.
Austin Langley, a soybean producer from Warwick, was re-elected to represent District 9: Wells, Eddy and Foster Counties. He grows soybeans, edible beans, wheat, barley, alfalfa, and corn along. Langley farms with his father and uncles on their no-till farm. His family also operates a cow/calf operation. Langley holds a degree from NDSU in agribusiness. He is a member of the National Agri-Marketing Association, Farmers Union and 4-H; he is active with the Winchester Arms Collectors Association.
“We are excited to welcome Rob, Brian and Adam to the board and look forward to working with them as they serve on behalf of their fellow North Dakota soybean producers,” says Stephanie Sinner, NDSC executive director. “We also congratulate Austin on his re-election to the board and look forward to his continued leadership.”
ABOUT THE NORTH DAKOTA SOYBEAN COUNCIL:
North Dakota soybean farmers across the state are represented on the North Dakota Soybean Council Board, which oversees a grassroots promotion, research and marketing program funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The Council’s mission is to effectively invest and leverage North Dakota soy checkoff resources to maximize the benefits of North Dakota soy. The Council is organized by North Dakota State law.