Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
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Where's the Best Steak in Illinois?
Be sure to nominate your favorite by July 1.
District Discussion Meets Set
Check out the contest date for your district!
20th Annual Golf Outing One for the Record Books
A day of golf brings in fun and funds for IAITC.
Illinois State FFA Holds Annual Convention
Meet the group's newly-elected officers.
Get on Track with Theme Park Discounts
Save on tickets at these favorite fun spots.
Rauner: State offering its resources to tornado victimsview article
Governor surveys damage, provides storm update.
Changes coming to federal crop insurance programview article
USDA's Risk Management Agency pland to provide some additional flexibility to farmers who grow two crops in the same field during one growing season.
Healthy options, convenience top food trendsview article
Exhibitors at four national industry trade shows displayed products, services at McCormick Place.
Indian Creek Watershed tour set July 13view article
Topics will include a soil pit, cover crop demonstration plots, soil health and advanced management.
Annual IFB conference shifts to new focus and nameview article
Illinois Farm Bureau Senior Economist Mike Doherty previews the conference and explains how to register for the July 27 event.
Burgers still the boss of backyard grills, BBQsview article
Consumers eat an average of 3.7 burgers per month, more than pizza, which consumers eat an average of 3.2 times per month.
Communities see how livestock allow latest generation to farmview article
When the barn doors swing open, neighbors and others demonstrate interest and support.
Livestock sector prepares for veterinary feed directive (VFD)view article
Antibiotics to remain critical component of animal agriculture.
NOAA projects average Chesapeake Bay hypoxic zoneview article
Researchers also predict smaller than average no-oxygen areas within the hypoxic zone in early and late summer.
Hit and miss moisture in some Illinois countiesview article
FarmWeek Cropwatcher says rainfall was 50-50 in his area.
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