Cover page of day 4 of the Gulfood 2015 show newsletter featured USAPEEC.
 

Informa Economics tracked changes in soybean and corn basis from January – February 2015; the data is displayed here. This information may be helpful for Illinois farmers considering 2015 plantings. 

ISA directors and staff met again with industry and researchers for another roundtable discussion on January 2015 in Effingham.  This report is a summary of the discussions and presentations.

This collaborative effort was initiated in April 2014 when ISA directors and staff convened with USB and industry and research professionals at a roundtable discussion in St. Louis.  This report is a summary of the discussions and presentations.

Double-crop collaboration continued November 2014, when ISA staff convened with USB and other state soybeans board staff in St. Louis to explore national and regional efforts around double-crop soybeans.  This report is a summary of the discussions and presentations.

Illinois Soybean Association Annual Report, funded by the Illinois soybean checkoff and membership dollars. 

Over the last two decades, farmer-implemented sustainable practices have made a considerable difference in Illinois. This infographic helps illustrate the scale and significance of these environmentally conscious efforts.

Illinois farmer’s voluntary conversion of cropland to wetlands is restoring an incredible amount of natural habitat acreage to the state.

Changes in tillage practices, along with more efficient use of cropland, has led to a significant improvement in our soil health and reduction in erosion.

Our farmers are practicing conservation tillage more than ever before, a trend that’s been taking shape over the last two decades.

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