Lindsay Greiner farms near Keota in Washington County, Iowa and serves as an at-large director for the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA). He farms soybeans, corn and produces hogs with his son, Keaton.
Farming for 42 years, Greiner recognizes the importance of healthy soils. He implements buffer strips, grass waterways, terraces and practices no till on his operation.
Serving as ISA President in 2018, Greiner has travelled to several countries representing U.S. soy including Vietnam, Philippines, China, Japan, Spain, Italy, Norway, Germany, Ukraine, Egypt and Poland. He feels proud to farm in a country highly regarded for the best quality soybeans in the world.
Greiner feels particularly passionate about brining young people on to operations to continue farming legacies and getting involved in their own leadership journeys. After completing his presidency, Greiner continued his leadership within the world of soybeans by serving as a director for the United Soybean Board.
Also involved in his community, he holds positions on local boards and served as president of the school board and on his parish council. Greiner and wife, Shelley, have three sons.