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  June 30, 2022  
 

ISA Kicks off the Summer of Soy Event Series

The Illinois Soybean Association kicked off our Summer of Soy series by hosting a free showing of Field of Dreams at the Devon Lakeshore Amphitheater in Decatur, Ill., Thursday, June 23. Free coloring books, soy crayons, “Summer of Soy” plastic cups and hats were handed out before the movie along with a pair of tickets to the upcoming Bloomington Normal Cornbelters game on July 29th.

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Meet the New Soil and Water Outcomes Fund Agronomist


Get to know the new Illinois-based Agronomist, Kevin Schabacker, with the Soil and Water Outcomes Fund (SWOF). In this Q&A from Illinois Field & Bean magazine, Kevin shares how he works with farmers and affiliate recruiters on enrollment and helps enrollees succeed throughout the season.
 

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Read ISA's Sustainability Annual Report



The Sustainability Annual Report communicates the efforts ISA takes to promote best management practices to Illinois soybean farmers and stakeholders. Readers will benefit from sustainability education and resources for maximizing soybean production while minimizing soil and nutrient loss.
 

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Illinois Soybean Board Annual Public Meeting Notice

The Illinois Soybean Board (ISB) will hold our annual public meeting on Thursday, July 28, 2022, at the I Hotel and Conference Center located at 1900 S. 1st Street in Champaign, Ill. At-large director elections will take place at 11:30 a.m.; any Illinois soybean farmer in attendance can vote. Please RSVP by Wednesday, July 20, 2022 to Dustin Scott, Director of Operations.
 
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Soy Around the State Media Tour




The Illinois Soybean Association provided the opportunity to state/local and ag media to come along as we travel the state for in-person farm tours that showcases our growers, on-farm trials, research programs, regenerative ag practices, and more to further demonstrate Illinois’ leadership in soybean production.

 
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Fuel and fertilizer prices are rising, labor shortages are emerging, and the supply chain is lagging. While farmers can’t control these circumstances, there are ways to manage inflation and its impact on your farm. Check out the newest SoyInnovator article.
 
 
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