Illinois farmers interested in serving in leadership positions in the soybean industry have two upcoming opportunities to get involved.
The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) is rolling out a new era of biodiesel work in a big way.
Illinois farmers lead the United States in growing high-quality soybeans. Accounting for nearly 15 percent of all U.S. soybean production, Soy from Illinois is a nutrient-dense and sustainable food ingredient.
The Illinois Soybean Growers (ISG) presents a farmer-led panel conversation on the important policies, legislative discussions, and topics heard at the 2021 Commodity Classic event. Hosted by national farm broadcaster, Ken Root, panelists include ISG members, Ron Kindred, Brad Daugherty, and David Wessel.
The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) is announcing the launch of its second virtual trade team video, a project made possible by investment from the ISA checkoff program and Baird Seed Company.
Starting to arrive this week, Illinois soybean farmers will see a new issue of Illinois Field & Bean which brings focus to several Illinois representatives who have recently been called to serve the soy industry on a national level, and to ISA’s culture of cultivating leadership.
Soybean farmers across Illinois all have unique stories and experiences – and we want to celebrate the farm families that contribute to Illinois being the #1 soybean state in the country. The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) is excited to launch a new video docuseries called “ILSoyStories” to celebrate soybean growers across the state.
Proposals will be evaluated on their effectiveness at addressing the needs of Illinois soybean producers and overall alignment with ISA’s strategic plan.
The common misconception of biodiesel is that cold weather limits performance, but in fact temperatures plunging as low as negative 10 degrees Fahrenheit were no trouble for a fleet of ADM trucks that ran more than 23,500 trouble-free miles on sustainable B100 biodiesel in February.