Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Growers Association work in conjunction with numerous
state and national agricultural partners.
Lincoln County is fortunate in that many members of the Lincoln County Corn and Soybean
Growers have been directors of both state and national corn and soybean organizations.
Having county board members active with state and national organizations, Lincoln County has
the advantage of being kept up-to-date on issues that are occurring at the state and national
levels. By staying informed, Lincoln County board members can collaborate with our local
growers to address how those issues will affect local farmers and further discuss what actions
would be best for Lincoln County. From there, we can take our collective voice back to the state
and national levels with hopes of attaining a better result for our local farmers.
Click here to learn more about current issues and highlights from other state and national voices
This scholarship program is aimed at assisting eligible high school seniors who would be
attending a college or technical school in the fall of their high school graduation.
Click here for more information about the Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Growers
Scholarship Program. You will find the due dates and application deadlines and be able
to download printable PDF copies of the Scholarship Application, Eligibility Requirements,
and the Award Recipient Directions.
Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Growers Association organize an annual Plot Day
featuring side-by-side comparisons of area corn and soybean varieties.
Special guests provide informative material focusing on a variety of agricultural topics that
are circulating in the local, state, and/or national news.
Click here to see more information about Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Growers
Plot Day, the speakers, and the topics that will be discussed.
Lincoln County Corn and Soybean Growers is an annual host of foreign trade teams.
Trade teams hail from countries such as the Phillippines, Taiwan, Japan, China, and
many other countries. Trade teams are primarily comprised of those who are involved,
in some way or another, to ag-related fields. It's not uncommon for trade teams to include
members of the media and other walks of life.
Whether these trade teams include livestock farmers or are people employed by large
organizations buying shiploads of U.S. grain, members of foreign trade teams are
interested in learning more about the farmers, our agricultural ethics and environment, and the
processes of those who are growing one of the most important staples in their culture.
Click here to see photos from trade team visits and to learn more about why Lincoln
County Corn and Soybean Growers host these visits.