CHAMPAIGN, ILL – July 29, 2020 – The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) elected new leadership during its board meeting today.
Focuses on Fostering Relationships in Emerging Global Markets Amid an Increase in Global Crush Demand
Pilot B100 program cuts carbon emissions from refuse vehicles by 84 percent
A free webinar series this summer promises go-to advice on a variety of farm business management topics.
The Illinois Soybean Growers today issued the following statement in response to the Illinois Department of Agriculture’s June 9 statement regarding EPA’s cancellation of the affected dicamba products and the use of existing stocks.
​​​​​​​Soybean farmers have been met with yet another hardship with the sudden announcement regarding the popular product, dicamba. We stand with our fellow soybean states in advocating for our soybean farmers during this time and getting information out in an appropriate fashion.
Illinois farmer James Martin believes there’s more to farm profitability than just how many bushels per acre of soybeans he can harvest. 
Two Chicago-area fleets rank among the 100 Best Fleets in the Americas, an annual list of the top public fleets in North and South America.
Despite a challenging growing season in 2019, Illinois soybean producer Don Guinnip was still able to achieve good yields and at the same time grow soybeans that ranked high in livestock nutritional value.