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2013 Grower Student Interest Form (2-1-2013)2013 Grower Student Interest Form
Illinois SoyLink (12-3-2012)This informative flyer contains the names and contact information for ISA staff and board members, as well as persons involved in national soybean organizations.
United Soybean Board Application Form - 2012 (2-21-2012)Complete and submit this Application form, along with the Agreement to Serve statement, to the ISA offices by March 20, 2012, to be considered for nomination to serve on the United Soybean Board.
United Soybean Board Agreement to Serve Statement - 2012 (2-21-2012)Complete and submit this Agreement to Serve statement, along with the required Application form, to the ISA offices by March 20, 2012, to be considered for nomination to serve on the United Soybean Board.
Grain Handling Safety Coalition Brochure (10-26-2011)This piece - produced by the Grain Handling Safety Coalition (GHSC) - provides an overview of the organization, details on what they do and tips on how you can stay safe on your farm.
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Executive Summary - Illinois Livestock Development Group Meeting (1-15-2011)Overview of the Illinois Livestock Development Group's Board of Directors Meeting, held on January 14, 2011.
2013 Yield Challenge Guidelines (2-27-2013)Guidelines for the 2013 Yield Challenge
100 Bushel Challenge Guidelines for 2013 (2-27-2013)Guidelines for the 100 Bushel Challenge
Sponsor Application (12-5-2011)If you or your organization is interested in serving as a team or promotional sponsor for the 2012 Yield Challenge, please complete and return this application form by April 15.
Grower & Student Interest Form (12-5-2011)If you are interested in participating in the 2012 Yield Challenge, please complete and return this interest form by April 15.
2012 Yield Challenge Brochure (11-10-2011)Learn about the 2012 Yield Challenge.
Illinois Soybean Elevator Survey Report - Fall 2012 (4-2-2013)The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) collected 502 soybean samples from country elevators across Illinois during the 2012 harvest to assess the quality of the soybeans grown in the state.
Is South America Taking Our Place? (3-18-2013)This fact sheet provides information on the importance of protein and oil levels to remain competitive in a global market.
Illinois Soybean Farmer Environmental Efficiency Data (4-2-2013)Field to Market Metrics and Methodology - November 2012
Illinois Soy: Sustainability from the Ground Up (3-6-2012)This booklet describes how Illinois soybean farmers are achieving a number of sustainability performance goals.
Resources in Illinois for Soybean Buyers (11-27-2012)This SoyIllinois publication includes a comprehensive list of resources for foreign and domestic buyers of Illinois soybeans and soybean products.
Soybean Oil and Meal Economics: How Livestock Producers Benefit from Biodiesel Production (4-28-2011)This report explains how the supply-demand relationship helps livestock producers benefit from the production of biodiesel made from soybeans.
Illinois Farm Family FOOD Brochure (2-4-2011)This Illinois Farm Family brochure invites farmers to take part in the Farmers Opening Our Doors (FOOD) program, which was established to answer consumers' questions about where their food comes from.
SoyIllinois: Facts & Statistics for the Illinois Soybean Industry (4-26-2012)This booklet provides information on supply, access and demand as well as historical data on soybean production in Illinois, protein and oil levels and crush capacity.
2011 Research Report - Achieving Growth through Leadership (3-19-2012)Get up to date on all the latest Illinois soybean checkoff-funded research!
2010 Annual Report - A Legacy of Leadership (4-6-2011)The ISA Annual Report provides farmers with updates on how their Illinois soybean checkoff funds and membership dollars were invested throughout the year.
ISA plans research forum for March 8 (2-26-2010)Learn why you should attend the 2010 Research Forum on March 8 in Champaign.
Illinois Field & Bean - May 2013 (5-15-2013)Click the link below to view the May 2013 issue as an online flipbook or choose to download the PDF right to your computer.
Illinois Field & Bean - March 2013 (3-12-2013)Click the link below to view the March 2013 issue as an online flipbook or choose to download the PDF right to your computer.
Illinois Field & Bean - February 2013 (2-11-2013)Click the link below to view the February 2013 issue as an online flipbook or choose to download the PDF right to your computer.
Illinois Field & Bean - January 2013 (1-11-2013)Click the link below to view the January 2013 issue as an online flipbook or choose to download the PDF right to your computer.
Illinois Field & Bean - December 2012 (12-12-2012)Click the link below to view the December 2012 issue as an online flipbook or choose to download the PDF right to your computer.
SCN- The invisible threat (1-23-2013)Learn more about SCN and its threat to soybeans.
Foliar Fungicides (2-5-2010)Learn more about foliar fungicides.
Help stop glyphosate resistance (2-5-2010)Learn about glyphosate resistance
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The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) represents more than 45,000 soybean farmers in Illinois through the state soybean checkoff and membership efforts. The checkoff funds market development, soybean production and profitability research, promotion, issues management and analysis, communications and education. Membership and advocacy efforts support Illinois soybean farmer interests in local areas, Springfield and Washington, D.C. ISA programs are designed to ensure Illinois soy is the highest quality, most dependable, sustainable and competitive in the global marketplace.