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Gordon elected president of American Soybean Association

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Rural Worthington farmer Bill Gordon was elected president of the American Soybean Association today in St. Louis, Mo. He will be the 82nd president to serve the organization, and the sixth Minnesotan to fill the lead role. (Special to The Globe)

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Rural Worthington farmer Bill Gordon was elected president of the American Soybean Association Governing Committee Thursday, during the association’s board meeting in St. Louis.

Gordon had served as vice-president of the ASA for the past year, and has represented the soybean industry for 15 years as a director with the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association.

Gordon is the sixth Minnesota farmer to be elected ASA president, and will be the 82nd soybean farmer to lead the organization.

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