Lynn Rohrscheib

U.S. Soybean Farmer

United Soybean Board

Lynn Rohrschieb farms with her parents Vernon and Mary and her sister Stacey near Fairmount, Illinois. They raise identity-preserved soybeans and corn for a variety of markets and run an agricultural input supply and custom application business. Lynn is the ninth generation of the family to farm, and the fifth generation at their current location. She and her fiancé Brandon have a son, Brock.

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Ground Work 2022: Finishing 2022 and Preparing for the 2023 Illinois Soybean Crop

Lynn Rohrscheib|Jan 11, 2023

Every season has its challenges, and 2022 brought many to our area of Illinois in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. Despite challenges and setbacks,…

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Ground Work 2022: Preparing for a Delayed Illinois Harvest

Lynn Rohrscheib|Sep 23, 2022

 A late spring was followed by a dry summer in our area of Illinois in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. Those conditions have led…

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Ground Work 2022: Planting Double-Crop Soybeans in Illinois

Lynn Rohrscheib|Aug 2, 2022

After a late spring, we finished planting our crops at the beginning of June. But now it is dry, and our crops really need a…

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Ground Work 2022: Illinois Planting Challenged by Rains and Supply Chain Uncertainty

Lynn Rohrscheib|Jun 10, 2022

Spring has been wet and cool in our area of Illinois, in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. Rains limited the amount of fieldwork we…