Welcome to the Pennsylvania Soybean Board
The Pennsylvania Soybean Board (PSB) consists of a farmer-driven board responsible for managing Pennsylvania’s share of funds received from the national soy checkoff program.
The soy checkoff helps ensure a strong and profitable future for soybean farmers. Through the checkoff, each farmer contributes one-half of 1 percent of the price of each bushel, which elevators and processors collect at the first point of sale. The checkoff uses the funds for activities to improve the profit potential for all U.S. soybean farmers.
PSB primarily focuses on soybean research, marketing and education to support the profitability of Pennsylvania soybean farmers and the soy industry.
Pennsylvania Soybean Board Mission Statement
Approved December 12, 2013
The Pennsylvania Soybean Board is committed to advancing soybeans in the Commonwealth and investing soybean checkoff dollars in programs and initiatives that fund research; outreach and education; promotions and alternative uses.