LEAD YOUR FIELD IN YIELD.

If you grow soybeans—and especially if you want bigger yields and better profits—you need to attend the 2018 ILSoyAdvisor Soybean Summit.

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Funded in part by the Illinois Soybean Association checkoff program, this one-day Summit provides a fantastic lineup of expert speakers sharing the latest tools and technology; along with actionable recommendations to boost your yields and improve your bottom line. And for Certified Crop Advisers - CEUs will be offered for each breakout session.

  • Boron management for soybean production
  • Risk management and commodity outlook
  • Challenges and viable solutions in soybean production
  • Habits of financially resilient farmers
  • How to optimize yield by resource allocation
  • Selecting management strategies for producing high yields
  • Insights from the Illinois Yield Challenge results
  • And more…

There will also be two keynote sessions featuring 2017 ISA Master Adviser Kris Ehler, speaking on the philosophies needed to raise 100-bushel soybeans and Dale Durchholz, senior market analyst for AgriVisor® LLC, presenting “Soybeans—The Hits Just Keep on Coming!”

Attending the Soybean Summit is free and includes complimentary breakfast, lunch and coffee throughout the day. Attendance provides the opportunity to hear details on advanced production techniques from industry experts, and share ideas with fellow farmers. You can also gather information on the latest products and services from sponsors and exhibitors. 

Be sure to stick around until the end—the Summit will finish with a farmer roundtable focused on “Challenges and Viable Solutions in Soybean Production,” including an audience Q&A session.

The Summit will run from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with a full slate of speakers, food, networking and opportunities to engage with industry representatives and experts at the on-site trade show.  Earn up to seven (7) hours of continuing education credits at this event: 1 hour in Professional Development (PD), 1 hour in Nutrient Management (NM), and 5 hours in Crop Management (CM).

Register online or call 888-826-4011. Seating is limited!

Questions?
Contact us at 888-826-4011 or events@ilsoy.org

If you need overnight accommodations, the following hotels are nearby. 

We would like to thank our event sponsors: