Leading us on the path of success with outgoing SRSGA President Randy Grant

Since 2015, Randy Grant has served as the President of the Snake River Sugarbeet Growers Association (SRSGA). After an amazing 8 years, Randy has retired from his position as President. The organization saw many changes under Randy’s leadership, including unification with the Nyssa-Nampa Growers Association who joined the organization in 2022. Unification has been aContinue reading “Leading us on the path of success with outgoing SRSGA President Randy Grant”

Can you make it pencil? High Input Costs Hurting Producers.

On a beautiful day back in October, we caught up with Snake River Sugarbeet Growers Association board member Granville Eckert. To get to Granville’s farm, you head straight up a hill and when you reach the top there is beautiful farm ground as far as the eye can see. Granville farms over 4,500 acres inContinue reading “Can you make it pencil? High Input Costs Hurting Producers.”

Setting the Record Straight on GMOS – Featuring Ben Marshall

Even though he grew up on the family farm, Ben Marshall didn’t always plan to return to the family operation. After earning his bachelors degree from the University of Idaho in 2008, Ben planned to continue his education with graduate or law school. After careful consideration, Ben opted to get some real-world experience rather than continueContinue reading “Setting the Record Straight on GMOS – Featuring Ben Marshall”

2022 Spud Harvest with Doug Evans

We recently had a chance to catch up with Snake River Sugarbeet Growers Association (SRSGA) Board Member, Doug Evans during his potato harvest. Doug farms 4,500 acres with his two brothers in the Blackfoot area. He is the third generation to farm the land he is currently on. The farm’s rotation includes sugarbeets, potatoes, grainContinue reading “2022 Spud Harvest with Doug Evans”