The whole soybean supply chain needs a solid transportation system to survive, and right now things aren't looking so good in Illinois. The more we fix our transportation systems, the more we all stand to gain.

As soybeans' #1 customer, ISA understands the value of animal agriculture. For grain farmers, livestock offers even greater value through its most valuable asset-- manure. Manure generates a renewable, natural fertilizer that increases profit margins by reducing commercial fertilizer costs....

Since soybeans were first planted in Illinois, their uses have grown dramatically. Farmer and Illinois Soybean Association Director Daryl Cates of Columbia, Ill., explains how checkoff-funded research has played a key role in developing soybean uses.

As the Illinois Soybean Association celebrates our 50th anniversary and 100 years of Illinois Soybean Production, we continue to look to the future. Our goal is to use 600 million bushels of soybeans in Illinois by 2020. Duane Dahlman, a farmer and ISA director from Marengo, Ill., shares how...

This year, the Illinois Soybean Association is celebrating the past 100 years of soybean production in Illinois. Soybeans were first grown for hay in Illinois. Harrisburg, Ill., farmer and former Illinois Soybean Association Director Joe Murphy describes the process of baling soybeans.

The evolution of farm equipment plays a major role in the history of the past 100 years of soybean production in Illinois. Illinois Soybean Association Director C.W. Gaffner, a farmer from Greenville, Ill., shares his personal experiences with the dramatic changes in farm equipment.

Current Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) Chairman Bill Raben, a farmer from Ridgway, Ill., has been raising soybeans for about 50 years. He shares that his first soybean crop was planted about when the Land of Lincoln Soybean Association was formed. ISA is celebrating our 50th anniversary and...

This year, the Illinois Soybean Association is celebrating 100 years of soybean production in Illinois. ISA Director Don Guinnip and his wife Susan farm near Marshall, Ill. Don shares how soybeans came to Illinois, and how their use changed from World War I to World World II to today.

In this video, see how the soybeans we grow are important to so many people in Illinois and around the globe. Be a part of ensuring Illinois soy is the highest quality, most dependable, sustainable and competitive in the global marketplace.

Illinois Soybean Association's marketing committee chairman, Ron Kindred, explains why ISA has made transportation infrastructure a main priority and invested heavily in initiatives to fix problems that affect soybean farmers' profitability. A checkoff-funded video (also viewable here) tells why...

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