Indiana Soybean Alliance news
Indiana Soybean Alliance farmers, leaders and staff visited Cairo to see firsthand opportunities and challenges for the soybean industry in Egypt.
A series of Shop Talks are on the calendar with the goal of setting farm policy priorities. Indiana Corn Growers Association and Indiana Soybean Alliance’s Membership and Policy Committee host the Shop Talks.
Ten years ago, the Glass Barn at the Indiana State Fair was unveiled — the product of a vision of Indiana Soybean Alliance members. Their goal was to educate people about how soybeans are grown and why it’s an important crop.
More than 90 people attended the annual Ag Policy Summit at the Howard County Fairgrounds. Topics at the event included expanding conservation opportunities and the challenging financial landscape for farmers.
Indiana corn and soybean farmers in the Upper White River Watershed have an opportunity to participate in a fully-funded cover crop program this fall.
A group of Indiana corn and soybean growers traveled to Colombia to assess the progress of checkoff-funded projects.
An Arizona-based company named Crafco acquired PoreShield, a soy-based concrete protectant.
Several Indiana congressmen penned a letter highlighting the state’s priorities for the 2023 farm bill.
According to a recent study by the American Farm Bureau Federation, 71% of adults have not seen, read or heard about the farm bill. If you don’t live on a farm, why should you care?
Indiana Soybean Alliance hosted a meeting with U.S. Meat Export Federation and other Hoosier commodity groups.
A biodegradable soy-based foam, called StyroSoy, earned the $20,000 grand prize and the People’s Choice award at the 29th annual Student Soybean Innovation Competition.
Northeast Indiana farmer Brian Warpup was happy to hear Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack talk about creating new market opportunities in his speech at the Commodity Classic in Orlando.
Farmers know, perhaps better than most, that early planning can be a key ingredient to success. That principle also applies to childhood education.
Nothing sets the mood to talk about agriculture better than a buffet of farm-fresh bacon, eggs and corn fritters.
Purdue agronomy professor Jianxin Ma has been named the first Indiana Soybean Alliance Endowed Chair in Soybean Improvement.