Monroe County man named Michigan Soybean Committee CEO


ST. JOHNS – Ben Steyer of Monroe County has been named the new chief executive officer of the Michigan Soybean Committee, effective Jan. 16.

“I look forward to getting to work and grateful for the opportunity to lead an organization like the Michigan Soybean Committee,” Steyer said. “MSC is well established as an asset to Michigan soybean farmers and agribusiness. I look forward to working with farmers and associates to find ways to continue improving the bottom line for Michigan soybean farmers.” MSC is farmer-led.

“In his new role, Steyer will lead MSC in its efforts to ensure a strong and growing Michigan soybean industry through strategic alignment of market development, research priorities, outreach and improved management of industry programs,” said MSC. “He will also work with the Michigan Soybean Association to build grower programs, membership and legislative advocacy.”


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