Download 2020 ASA Resolutions Adopted on February 29, 2020



The Illinois Soybean Growers (ISG) is making notice that applications are now being accepted for those interested in serving on the American Soybean Association (ASA) Board of Directors.

There are currently two director positions up for election. Jered Hooker is completing his first term and is eligible to run for a second. Bill Wykes is completing his second term and is eligible to run for a third. An ASA director may serve a maximum of three three-year terms.

If you are interested in becoming a candidate, please complete the online application by the end of the day on Friday, July 17, 2020.

ASA Director eligibility requirements indicate that candidates:

  • Must be a member of the Illinois Soybean Growers, an affiliate of the American Soybean Association. Visit www.ilsoygrowers.com to join.
  • Must be a producer of soybeans as a farm owner, farm manager, or farm operator.
  • May not be an officer or director of any other national soybean policy organization.
  • Must be elected by the Illinois Soybean Growers Board.

All eligible candidates will be invited to interview with the ISG Board of Directors during their meeting in Champaign, Illinois on Thursday, July 30, 2020 prior to elections. Seating on the ASA Board will take place during their December 2020 meeting in St. Louis, Missouri. No write in provision exists for the ASA director elections.

If you have questions, please contact Dustin Scott (scottd@ilsoy.org, 309-808-3603) at the Illinois Soybean Growers office.


Be a Force for American Agriculture

One of the core resources that make our country great is the ability to produce our own food and fuel. Yet every year, thousands of family farmers are pushed off their land due to new taxes, regulations and legislative pressures.

Anti-ag activists are damaging – if not destroying – American agriculture. How do you stop them from putting obstacles in your way? How do you keep Capitol Hill from impacting the income you use to support your family?


Become an ISG Policy Member and Take a Stand

By becoming a policy member of Illinois Soybean Growers, you activate your power to keep positive legislation in place and motivate leaders to add new policies that ensure your freedom to farm. Plus you get some great membership benefits, like invitations to legislative events and discounts to key summits.

Join us in educating people on the facts and importance of American agriculture. Help us be the people that government officials in Springfield and Washington, D.C. stop and listen to. Be a driving force for change in American agriculture. The more members we add… the louder our voice becomes.