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Ron Moore

U.S. Soybean farmer
Illinois

Ron Moore, a farmer from Roseville, Ill., is president of the American Soybean Association (ASA). He previously served as vice president and secretary of ASA. He is a past chairman of the Illinois Soybean Association. He also served on the Board of Directors of the United States Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and is past chairman of Illinois Council for Best Management Practices (CBMP), a coalition of Ag groups in Illinois promoting improving farmers resource management and profitability. Moore earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics from Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri. He began farming in 1977 on a family farm located in the west central part of Illinois. Moore raises 600 acres of corn and 400 acres of soybeans, along with 230 head of feeder cattle grazed on 250 acres of pasture. His cropping practices include conservation tillage on about half the acres and no-till on the other half. He and his wife Deb have three sons.

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RON MOORE, Testimonial

Ron MooreFeb 16, 2017

Ron Moore, an ASA director and former USSEC director from Roseville, Illinois, talks about his deep roots in agriculture.

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Growing Season Timeline: Moore Farm, Roseville, Illinois

Ron MooreFeb 1, 2016

Ron Moore - Roseville, Illinois December 7, 2015 This week, we are doing some repair work on the grain table for next year’s harvest. We’re…