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THE OHIO SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION REELECTS PRESIDENT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 THE OHIO SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION REELECTS PRESIDENT
 OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
 COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Charlie Neff was reelected to a second term as president of the Ohio Soybean Association board of trustees during the board's recent reorganization meeting.
 Neff operates a grain farm near London, Ohio in Madison County. He is a member of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and the Ohio Corn Growers Association. He and his wife have two children.
 Other officers elected at the reorganization meeting were:
 D. Neil Clark, Van Buren, vice president - membership
 Don DeWeese, Sidney, vice president - members activities
 Allen Armstrong, South Charleston, treasurer
 Tony Anderson, Mt. Sterling, secretary
 The Ohio Soybean Association is a volunteer membership organization affiliated with the American Soybean Association. Through the organization farmers tackle a variety of soybean legislative issues in addition to providing educational activities for the members and promoting soybeans.
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 /CONTACT: Keith Stimpert of the Ohio Soybean Association, 614-249-2422/ CO: The Ohio Soybean Association ST: Ohio IN: SU:


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