Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
AFBF agrees with decision that federal district court, not courts of appeals, should review 2015 rule.Read More
Supreme Court rules on WOTUS case
AFBF agrees that federal district court should review 2015 rule.
Health care summit planned by Farm Bureau
Organization to begin analyzing options that might be available.
AFBF sets 2018 strategic goals
Farmer-delegates land on 4 top issues to focus on in 2018.
General Assembly may see effort to legalize industrial hemp, IFB policy would support
The only previous bill to be approved in Illinois was in 2015.
IFB's solar energy policy, others now part of AFBF policy book
New policy also strengthens the organization's farm bill priorities.
Young couple goes all in on full-time farmingview article
With the nervous stage behind them, Shelby County farmers tout the steady income livestock can provide.
Quick Takes: Miss Iroquois County named state fair queenview article
Rauner appoints 3 new state fair advisory board members, reappoints 12.
2018 looks to be active for Young Leadersview article
'Everyone's voice matters,' state YL chairman stresses.
Deer hunters more successful in 2017-18 seasonview article
Get a full recap of results from each of the 2017-18 seasons.
Been there, done that: Advice for successful farm transitionsview article
Make sure your plan is in writing; otherwise, anything can happen, says Virginia Farm Bureau who's been through two transitions of her own.
Quick Takes: Chicago Farmers set farmland forumview article
Water quality, land values, urban agriculture among the topics on the agenda.
Health care summit planned by Farm Bureauview article
Organization to begin analyzing options that might be available to help Illinois farmers manage rising medical costs.
More dicamba training dates availableview article
Farmers can now choose from approximately 80 sessions to get certified for the coming growing season.
National, state cider winners namedview article
Producers from Centralia, Greenup and Winnebago take home honors.
Growers find many peach variety options availableview article
Don't take the nursery catalogs' word for it, do your homework and talk with farmers who have experience with different varieties, says Extension specialist.
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