The United Soybean Board oversees the national soybean checkoff program that promotes research and market development activities related to soybeans in the United States. The United Soybean Board graciously contributed financial support to complete the creation of the CASE Animal and Plant Biotechnology course.

Agricultural education students across the United States will benefit from the development of the rigorous instructional materials that CASE provides to teachers in an effort to promote critical thinking and excellence in our secondary programs. The agriculture industry will benefit from the high quality graduates that enter into the workforce who have the practical knowledge of agricultural subject matter and the science and mathematical efficacy to make a difference in solving global challenges.

CASE leadership expresses it thanks to the United Soybean Board for their part in reaching our closely aligned goals. Partners such as the United Soybean Board make the mission of the CASE project possible.
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