Soy Aquaculture Alliance Names Executive Director

Posted: Updated:

The Soy Aquaculture Alliance has named Andy Tauer as executive director. He had been serving in the role on an interim basis. Tauer also previously served as director of livestock & aquaculture for the Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council. He has worked with industry partners to grow value-added soybean demand through increased livestock and aquaculture in the state of Indiana. Tauer also has overseen checkoff-funded research on improving soybean meal nutrition qualities for livestock and aquaculture. He has been actively involved in promotion of meat, poultry/eggs and exports for Indiana corn and soybean farmers. 

While serving as interim executive director of SAA, Tauer has been working to grow the membership base, as well as forge relationships with industry leaders. In conjunction with his responsibilities, he will continue serving the Indiana Soybean Alliance and Corn Marketing Council by dedicating part of his time to the role of livestock director.

Comprised of both Qualified State Soybean Boards as well as industry partners, SAA is working to make US soybeans the most widely trusted and commonly used aquafeed ingredient. The Soy Aquaculture Alliance relies on strategic guidance from board members, who represent both the U.S. soybean farmers and the aquaculture industry.

  • Perspectives

    • Want A Guaranteed Negative Return?

      Here we go again! On Wednesday, August 14th, we watched the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) drop over 800 points.  The previous Monday the Dow ended down over 700 points. But what you may have missed is the sharp downward move in interest rates that has intensified with the recent stock market volatility. What does this mean for your portfolio?

    More

Subscribe

Name:
Company Name:
Email:
Confirm Email:
HTML
INside Edge
Morning Briefing
BigWigs & New Gigs
Life Sciences Indiana
Indiana Connections
INPower
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • (courtesy: Frank Logan/Military Vehicle Preservation Assoc.)

      Historic Military Convoy to Cross Indiana

      A sentinel moment of U.S. history is playing out Sunday in South Bend when the recreation of the U.S. Army Transcontinental Military Convoy rolls into town. Approximately 70 historic military vehicles are retracing the original 1919 cross country trip which traveled along the famed Lincoln Highway.

    • West Lafayette Center Breaks Ground

      West Lafayette city officials this week broke ground on the $31.5 million West Lafayette Wellness and Aquatic Center at Cumberland Park. Plans for the 72,000-square-foot project feature a natatorium, three gymnasiums, exercise machines, free weights and community rooms. 

    • Forbes Ranks Top Colleges; 3 Indiana Schools Make the Cut

      Forbes released its 12th annual ranking of America’s Top Colleges based on direct benefits a university or college provides its students. Several Indiana universities made the list in some “sub-categories”, like Grateful Graduates Index, but the University of Notre Dame was the only school in the state to break the top 20 overall rankings.

    • Caito Foods was founded in 1965.

      Caito Foods to Cut Jobs

      Michigan-based SpartanNash (Nasdaq: SPTN) has decided to discontinue the Indianapolis-based Caito Fresh Kitchen operations. The grocery retailer-distributor acquired Caito Foods Service in January 2017 for $217 million. The company broke ground on its $32 million fresh kitchen process facility in 2015. 

    • Photo courtesy of W.A. Jones

      Foundation Investment Partners Acquires W.A. Jones

      Cleveland-based private equity firm Foundation Investment Partners has acquired Whitley County-based truck parts distributor W.A. Jones. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.