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YOUR VOTE MATTERS Each year, the Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) conducts an election to place farmer-leaders on its Board of Directors. The 24-member board is responsible for annually investing Indiana soybean checkoff funds in Market Development, Sustainability, Value Creation and Producer Engagement programs. If you are a soybean producer and a resident of District 2, a ballot will be mailed to your home the week of May 23, 2022. If you live in a county located in District 2 and don't receive a ballot, you may request one by calling 1.800.735.0195. Ballots must be postmarked by June 30, 2022. Due to unopposed races, there will be no election in Districts 1, 3 and 4. Candidates identified below will begin their next terms in November 2022. District 1 Directors District 2 Candidates Nancy Cline, Kirklin/Tipton County Nancy Cline, husband Mike, children, and grandchildren own and operate Cline Farms, Inc. The home farm is in Tipton County. The family grows soybeans, com, and pigs. She wants to be a proponent for meeting the dietary protein needs of people in other countries, which will also help farmers by increasing exports. Jenna Scott, Muncie/Delaware County Jenna Scott farms in a partnership with her father, Greg Cox, in Delaware County near Gaston. She began farming full time in 2014, and produces soybeans, com and hemp. Scott also grows 52 million vegetable transplants for Midwest Fresh Market farmers. She is a 2006 Purdue Uni- versity graduate then worked full time in events and sales at several companies including the National FFA Organi- zation. Scott and her husband, Doug, have two children. If elected, Scott hopes to explore new markets for soybean growers. Joseph Stoller, Bremen/Marshall County Joseph Stoller will begin his second term on the ISA board and operates J.R. Stoller Farms in Marshall County, growing soybeans and commercial com. Stoller is a full-time farmer who started in 2010.He would like to see checkoff dollars spent to boost demand both domestically and internationally for U.S.-grown soybeans. Mark Wenning, Cambridge City/Henry County Mark Wenning owns and operates his farm in Henry County. He began farming in 2012, growing soybeans and com. Wenning eamed an agricultural economics degree from Purdue University in 2012. He has been an Indi- ana Farm Bureau member since 2010, and he currently serves as vice chairman of the Young Farmers and Ag Professionals State Committee. He's also involved in his county's extension and 4-H programs. Wenning and his wife, Jessica, have two children. If elected, he will educate the general public about agriculture and promote the value of soybeans. Jason Misiniec, Bicknell/Knox County Jason Misiniec grows soybeans, seed soybeans, white com and wheat on his farm near Bicknell in Knox, Daviess, Greene and Sullivan counties. A full-time farmer, he also owns a small show pig peration. He also operates JAM Feeds in Bicknell. Larry Rusch, Vincennes/Knox County Larry Rusch grows soybeans, com, and wheat on the family farm in Vincennes. Larry graduated from Vincennes University and Western Kentucky University in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in agribusiness. He is a self-employed farmer at L&R Rusch Farms. Larry Wilkinson, Kimmell/Noble County Larry Wilkinson farms 400 acres of corn and soybeans in Noble County. He has been farming since 1970 and served on the ISA board from 2017-2020. Wilkinson is active with ISA's Soybean Innovation Competition, and he and his wife, Barb, volunteer at the State Fair Glass Barn to educate families about soybean farming and products made from soybeans. He currently serves on his township. Advisory Board and various local boards. If elected, his goals are to educate fellow growers about the benefits of soybean checkoff dollars. For more information, scan here Kevin Burbrink, Seymour/Jackson County Kevin Burbrink grows soybeans, com and wheat on his farm near Seymour in Jackson County. A full-time farmer since 1973, Burbrink was also a pork producer from 1974-2011. In his second term, Burbrink wants to increase the profitability of our product and continue to find new uses for soybeans. Mike Koehne, Greensburg/Decatur County Mike Koehne grows soybeans, corn, hay and raises cattle on his farm near Greensburg in Decatur and Franklin counties. Koehne started farming in 1992 and also has a farm drainage business. In his third term, Koehne wants to continue being a good steward of checkoff dollars through education and trade while also advocating for Indiana soybean farmers. INDIANA SOYBEAN ALLIANCE® District 3 Directors District 4 Directors YOUR VOTE MATTERS Each year , the Indiana Soybean Alliance ( ISA ) conducts an election to place farmer - leaders on its Board of Directors . The 24 - member board is responsible for annually investing Indiana soybean checkoff funds in Market Development , Sustainability , Value Creation and Producer Engagement programs . If you are a soybean producer and a resident of District 2 , a ballot will be mailed to your home the week of May 23 , 2022. If you live in a county located in District 2 and don't receive a ballot , you may request one by calling 1.800.735.0195 . Ballots must be postmarked by June 30 , 2022. Due to unopposed races , there will be no election in Districts 1 , 3 and 4. Candidates identified below will begin their next terms in November 2022 . District 1 Directors District 2 Candidates Nancy Cline , Kirklin / Tipton County Nancy Cline , husband Mike , children , and grandchildren own and operate Cline Farms , Inc. The home farm is in Tipton County . The family grows soybeans , com , and pigs . She wants to be a proponent for meeting the dietary protein needs of people in other countries , which will also help farmers by increasing exports . Jenna Scott , Muncie / Delaware County Jenna Scott farms in a partnership with her father , Greg Cox , in Delaware County near Gaston . She began farming full time in 2014 , and produces soybeans , com and hemp . Scott also grows 52 million vegetable transplants for Midwest Fresh Market farmers . She is a 2006 Purdue Uni versity graduate then worked full time in events and sales at several companies including the National FFA Organi zation . Scott and her husband , Doug , have two children . If elected , Scott hopes to explore new markets for soybean growers . Joseph Stoller , Bremen / Marshall County Joseph Stoller will begin his second term on the ISA board and operates J.R. Stoller Farms in Marshall County , growing soybeans and commercial com . Stoller is a full - time farmer who started in 2010.He would like to see checkoff dollars spent to boost demand both domestically and internationally for U.S. - grown soybeans . Mark Wenning , Cambridge City / Henry County Mark Wenning owns and operates his farm in Henry County . He began farming in 2012 , growing soybeans and com . Wenning eamed an agricultural economics degree from Purdue University in 2012. He has been an Indi ana Farm Bureau member since 2010 , and he currently serves as vice chairman of the Young Farmers and Ag Professionals State Committee . He's also involved in his county's extension and 4 - H programs . Wenning and his wife , Jessica , have two children . If elected , he will educate the general public about agriculture and promote the value of soybeans . Jason Misiniec , Bicknell / Knox County Jason Misiniec grows soybeans , seed soybeans , white com and wheat on his farm near Bicknell in Knox , Daviess , Greene and Sullivan counties . A full - time farmer , he also owns a small show pig peration . He also operates JAM Feeds in Bicknell . Larry Rusch , Vincennes / Knox County Larry Rusch grows soybeans , com , and wheat on the family farm in Vincennes . Larry graduated from Vincennes University and Western Kentucky University in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in agribusiness . He is a self - employed farmer at L & R Rusch Farms . Larry Wilkinson , Kimmell / Noble County Larry Wilkinson farms 400 acres of corn and soybeans in Noble County . He has been farming since 1970 and served on the ISA board from 2017-2020 . Wilkinson is active with ISA's Soybean Innovation Competition , and he and his wife , Barb , volunteer at the State Fair Glass Barn to educate families about soybean farming and products made from soybeans . He currently serves on his township . Advisory Board and various local boards . If elected , his goals are to educate fellow growers about the benefits of soybean checkoff dollars . For more information , scan here Kevin Burbrink , Seymour / Jackson County Kevin Burbrink grows soybeans , com and wheat on his farm near Seymour in Jackson County . A full - time farmer since 1973 , Burbrink was also a pork producer from 1974-2011 . In his second term , Burbrink wants to increase the profitability of our product and continue to find new uses for soybeans . Mike Koehne , Greensburg / Decatur County Mike Koehne grows soybeans , corn , hay and raises cattle on his farm near Greensburg in Decatur and Franklin counties . Koehne started farming in 1992 and also has a farm drainage business . In his third term , Koehne wants to continue being a good steward of checkoff dollars through education and trade while also advocating for Indiana soybean farmers . INDIANA SOYBEAN ALLIANCE® District 3 Directors District 4 Directors