Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
Donations of hay for wildfire reliefRead More
Vermilion County farmers organizing hay collection
County Farm Bureaus organizing hay collections for wildfire relief efforts
Grow and Go race set for May 13
Register now for the Grow and Go race set for May 13
Illinois Farm Bureau questions state on animal lab closure
Illinois Farm Bureau questions state on animal lab closure with head of IDOA
Breakfast guests eat their share
Farmers Share of the Food Dollar Breakfast
Cropping system adoption survey reveals farmers' varying mindsets
Survey reveals a variety of approaches.
New exhibit captures agricultural evolutionview article
Challenges, Choices & Change: Farming in the Great Corn Belt is now open at the McLean County Museum of History in downtown Bloomington.
Bistate compost school geared for new, experienced operatorsview article
School will be held June 21-22 at the Henry White Experimental Farm in Belleville and St. Louis Composting.
Dairy cattle sale set for April 1view article
Cattle will be ready for inspection at 8 a.m. and the sale will begin at 12:30 p.m. at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana.
GFAI: Planting intentions are for elevators, tooview article
The Grain and Feed Association of Illinois encouraged farmers to communicate planting plans with those who will receive this fall's harvest.
Vermilion County farmers organizing hay collectionview article
Want to be a part of it? Donations should be made by Wednesday.
Lifelong dreamview article
New IFB director calls service 'very humbling.'
IDOA accepting proposals for specialty crop grantsview article
Deadline is 4 p.m. April 28.
High school ag education grows, gains prospective new teachersview article
Due to shortage of ag teachers in Illinois, federal financial incentives could be available.
New ag ed grant program focuses on first-year teachersview article
IAA Foundation hopes incentive helps attract college grads to fill dozens of vacancies.
Farm Bureau, COUNTRY bring ag to Chicagoview article
Flower & Garden Show attendees learn where their food comes from.
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