Heather Feuerstein

Belding, MI

Heather Feuerstein farms with her husband and two children on their fourth-generation farm in Belding, Michigan. They grow soybeans, corn, wheat, and cattle. The family also owns and operates an agricultural commodity trucking company.

Feuerstein serves on ASA’s Executive Committee. She was elected to the Michigan Soybean Association in 2014 and held various leadership positions, including three years as state president. Feuerstein has a passion for advocating for agriculture, particularly soybeans, and has held many volunteer roles, sharing soybean information across the country.

Outside of agriculture, she is the legislative liaison for the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for the State of Michigan.