This year, the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB) will be seeking three soybean farmers to serve on the Board of Directors and to represent fellow soybean farmers and the industry.

How does the Election work?

The election is conducted by mail-in ballot in July. Soybean farmers who reside in counties that are up for election in 2018 will receive ballots and candidate information regarding NSB’s election process via direct mail.

What are the 2018 Election Districts and Counties?

District 1:

Counties of Antelope, Boyd, Cedar, Holt, Knox, Pierce and Madison.

District 3:

Counties of Butler, Colfax, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy, Saunders and Washington.

District 6:

Counties of Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Saline, Seward and Thayer.

Who Can Be a Candidate for the NSB Seat on the Board?

*Be a resident of Nebraska

*Be a resident of the district in which the election is being held

* Be a soybean farmer in Nebraska for at least the previous five years

*Be 21 years of age or older

*Have submitted a NSB candidacy petition

Candidacy Must:

*Obtain a NSB Candidacy Petition by contacting NSB’s Executive Director, Victor Bohuslavsky, at (402) 432-5720

*Complete the petition and collect the signatures of 50 soybean farmers in their district

*Return such petition to the NSB office on or before April 15, 2018

Roles and Responsibilities of Soybean Board Member Representative:

*Attend every NSB Meeting – 8 day fiscal year commitment

*Attend/participate in other educational events sponsored by the Nebraska Soybean Checkoff

*Receive no salary but are reimbursed for expenses incurred while carrying out board business

*Serve a three-year term that would begin October 1, 2018

Candidacy Must:

As an elected representative from NSB, you will help guide the Nebraska soybean industry in the areas of research, education, domestic and foreign markets, including new uses for soybeans and soybean products.

If you have any questions regarding the election process, please contact NSB’s Executive Director, Victor Bohuslavsky, at (402) 432-5720. For more information about the Nebraska soybean checkoff, visit


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