The Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) has reached 50 years as an organization. But the organization’s leadership says the association’s will continue to work to serve growers.
Members of the ISA’s leadership team reflected on the challenges that lie ahead in improving the competitiveness of Iowa soybean farmers at its 50th anniversary symposium held last week in Des Moines.
Part of increasing the competitiveness of the Iowa soybean farmer boils down to farmers telling their ag story, panelists agreed.
“We’ve got a great story to tell,” said Grant Kimberley, director of market development for the ISA and executive director of the Iowa Biodiesel Board.
Developing partnerships
Trade missions are a good example of telling Iowa’s story and...