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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

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Easton Kuboushek
John Wray
Eugene Goering

Executive Director

Chair

Kansas Soybean Commission

Vice Chair

Nebraska Soybean Board

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Jerry Bambauer

Secretary

Ohio Soybean Council

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Tom Adam

Treasurer

Iowa Soybean Association

Board of Directors

Davie Stephens, Kentucky Soybean Board

Gary McDaniel, Indiana Soybean Alliance

Kevin Burbrink, Indiana Soybean Alliance

David Niekamp, Illinois Soybean Association

Ardon Wek, South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council

Alan Moore, Michigan Soybean Committee

Kenneth Moore, Tennessee Soybean Promotion Board

Chuck White, Iowa Soybean Association

Robert Alpers, Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council

Alternate Board Members

Brent Steinhoff, Nebraska Soybean Board

Jason Frerichs, South Dakota Soybean

Tim Scates, Illinois Soybean Association

Corporate Member

Mark Luecke, Prairie AquaTech

 

Affiliate Representatives

Willard Jack, American Soybean Association

Virginia Houston, American Soybean Association Staff

Bill Bayless, United Soybean Board

Nick Kercheval, United Soybean Board Alternate

Philip Lobo, United Soybean Board Staff

Karey Claghorn, USSEC Staff

Alan Poock, WISHH Staff

 

PURPOSE

The Soy Aquaculture Alliance (SAA) works to create new opportunities for soybean farmers within a growing domestic market: aquaculture. SAA funds programs and research that increases the utilization of U.S. soybeans in the diets of fish and shrimp through affiliations with academic and private researchers and industry leaders. SAA is governed by a volunteer board representing U.S. soybean farmers and industry members. Membership is open to Qualified State Soybean Boards and public and private entities in the soy, aquaculture and seafood industries.

Soy-fed aquaculture opens unprecedented opportunities to:

• Feed a growing population with the most feed-efficient farm-raised protein

• Build a lucrative domestic market for fish growers and soybean farmers alike