Denise Scarborough farms in LaCrosse, Indiana, with her husband, Mark. They produce soybeans, commercial corn, seed corn, and wheat. The couple also owns an excavating business, and Scarborough has an off-farm job with the First National Bank of Monterey as a commercial and agricultural lender. Denise stays busy with their two children, Madison and Parker, who are in FFA, play sports, and show livestock actively both locally and nationally.
Scarborough earned a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University. Denise is involved in Indiana Farm Bureau and has served not only locally, but also on state and national committees. She volunteers with 4-H, PCARET, youth sports, and her church. Since 2017, Scarborough has been an Indiana Soybean Alliance director. She has served in various leadership roles while on the board, currently serving as the Sustainability & Value Creation Committee chair. She is also the ISA representative on the U.S. Soybean Export Council.
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