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The Indiana State Fair serves as a platform for the Indiana Soybean Alliance to teach consumers about the many benefits of soybeans, farmers and livestock to Indiana.  Each year, ISA’s presence is fun and educational. Be sure to look for us when you are visiting.

 


Brand new in 2013, soybean farmers presented the Glass Barn, which teaches consumers about farming through the use of technology. During the fair, visitors are able to visit a farm virtually, meet an Indiana farmer and learn about all where their food comes from. The Glass Barn will also serve as the State’s Largest Classroom and distance learning venue.

 

 

Learn more about the Glass Barn

 

 


 

 

Previous State Fairs

The 2012 State Fair featured BeanGoLand, an interactive statue garden where fairgoers could play BeanGo on their cell phones or in person to win prizes. Check out photos of BeanGoLand.

 

 

In 2011, Indiana soybean farmers presented the Year of Soybeans, reaching almost one million consumers with the soybean message. Take a look at some photos of Year of Soybeans.

 

 

 

 

 

Bennie the Bean

Bennie the Bean, ISA’s official mascot, is out in full force during the State Fair. Follow Bennie on Facebook and Twitter to see what he’s up to next.  This past year, Bennie visited State Fair, Indianapolis Indian’s games, Vintage Indiana, and Indiana Dairy’s Ice Cream Social.

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