Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
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Nominations Open for Illinois Certified Crop Adviser Award
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ACTION TEAM TUESDAY: Consumer Outreach
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COUNTRY Boosts Youth Farm Safety Efforts
Updates cover safety with animals, tractors, ATVs, and more.
IAA Foundation Activities at IFB Annual Meeting Announced
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Ag ed faces teacher shortageview article
Statewide, 324 agriculture programs currently offer courses to students in sixth through 12th grades.
Candy sales on the riseview article
Among consumers, families with children buy the most candy.
How can farmers feed the world given the climate?view article
Experts suggest building soil matter offsets climate instability.
Survey: Most marketbasket food items decrease in priceview article
American Farm Bureau Federation's informal survey shows the total cost of 16 food items used to prepare one or more meals was $49.70, down $4.40 or 8 percent compared to a survey conducted a year ago.
Illinois high school keeping ag ed alive onlineview article
"For us to fill a need, this was really the only way to do it," Principal Dustin Foutch said about All Ag Online, an accredited, online agricultural education program.
Job outlook positive for ISU ag grads, internsview article
A record 53 companies, organizations and government agencies attended a recent Agriculture Career Fair.
NCGA lands greenhouse gas grantview article
The grant will be used to develop a system for scalable carbon accounting in agriculture through NCGA's Soil Health Partnership (SHP) initiative.
Rural Development funds Illinois distance learning projectview article
USDA Rural Development awarded $4.7 million in Distance Learning and Telemedicine program grants to support 11 distance learning efforts, including one in Illinois, and seven telemedicine projects.
2016 a bounce back year for pumpkin productionview article
No worries, pumpkin lovers: Pumpkin production bounced back this season after getting squashed by weather issues last year.
Family meals gain importance during fallview article
Survey finds only 57 percent of survey respondent parents eat dinner with their children every night.
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