Soy Capital News

  1. 2012 McLean County Corn Yield Estimates

    August 23, 2012

    The Soy Capital Ag Services in Bloomington, IL annually performs…

  2. Wally Yoder Calls Final Auction After 50 Years

    August 9, 2012

    Soy Capital Ag Servicesclients who have sold or purchased farmland most likely have come across Wally Yoder. The long-time auctioneer called his last sale in June 2012, following a 50-year career in the banking, farm management and real estate brokerage businesses. “I was hired at the National Bank of Bloomington in 1962 to work in […]

  3. Real Estate Broker John Feit Joins Soy Capital Ag

    August 9, 2012

    John B. Feit joined Soy Capital Ag Service’s Bloomington office this spring as a real estate associate. Feit obtained his real estate license in 2003, and worked for Jim Bouas Realty in Bloomington until earlier this year, when Bouas retired. “I have known many of the farm managers and real estate professionals at Soy Capital […]

  4. Work for Best Farmland Sales Involves More than Auction

    August 9, 2012

    Sealed bid auctions may take place rather quickly, but the work that goes into having a top-notch auction begins months in advance and extends beyond the auctioneer. “There is a lot of work to be done between auction contract signing and sale day,” says Yoder, who has been calling Soy Capital auctions for more than […]

  5. Extended Family Sees Value through Multiple Generations

    August 9, 2012

    The longevity of family farm ownership in Illinois is evident. More than 8,300 Illinois farms have been named Centennial Farms by the State of Illinois since the program was created in 1972. At least one Centennial Farm can be found in every county. Similarly, Soy Capital Ag Services works with farmowners sometimes across many generations. […]