Farm families build priceless memories through years of working together. Jeff Lynn, farmer and Illinois Soybean Association Director, shares a classic soybean production story from his family lore.

Many innovations have allowed Illinois farmers like Dean Campbell, dramatically improve soybean production. Campbell, a former Illinois Soybean Association director, describes how he's seen average soybean yields triple over time.

The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) makes a real difference in the lives of those in developing countries through the World Initiative for Soy and Human Health (WISHH). Farmer and ISA director Sharon Covert served on the board before, and she recounts the beginning of this program.

Farm families build priceless memories through years of working together. Jeff Lynn, farmer and Illinois Soybean Association Director, shares a classic soybean production story from his family lore.

This checkoff-funded animated video aims to help everyone understand Illinois' vast (and aging) transportation system affects soybean farmer's bottom lines. For more information on ISA transportation programs visit www.ilsoy.org/transportation...

It's time to start making improvements. Through Illinois soybean checkoff funding, ISA invests money to help improve the condition of Illinois' transportation systems. Learn more at www.ilsoy.org and www.voiceforsoy.org...

The world is asking for Illinois soybeans. Intermodal containers are commonly in plentiful supply to carry Illinois soybeans overseas. Let's find a way to send more soybeans to international customers in containers.

Illinois rivers, locks and other waterways are ideal for moving massive amounts of soybeans. The more soybeans we can move by water, the more we can free up our rail and roadways.

Illinois is the only state with all seven class-one freight railroads. The thing is, as farmers grow more soybeans, rail capacity is having a hard time keeping up.

To get to market, soybeans need a state full of good roads and bridges. Right now, low weight limits are slowing things down and bridges are deteriorating, too old and too narrow.

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