Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
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It's a Great Time for Great Wolf
Save money while you cool off this 4th of July!
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.
Chefs: Consumers crave easy, how-to food educationview article
Consumers seek simple solutions for meals, but need help and instruction.
Cost of July 4th cookout increases, still under $6 a personview article
AFBF's informal survey shows average cookout cost for 10 people totals $56.06.
Crop prospects webinar scheduledview article
U of I professors will review USDA estimates released the previous day, and discuss the implications for both old-crop and new-crop balance sheets for corn and soybeans.
IFB advises landowners to be cautious about solar lease agreementsview article
Illinois Farm Bureau attorneys recommend landowners not sign anything until they consult with a lawyer.
Nitrate levels down in central Illinois watershedview article
New study results show nitrate levels decreased in the Indian Creek Watershed between 2013 and 2015 despite the increased creek water levels.
Tornado outbreak damages farms, cropsview article
Listen to Jesse Faber, a farmer and ag teacher from Pontiac, explain how a tornado damaged his home.
IPPA to offer online voting for delegatesview article
Online voting will occur from July 5 through 1 p.m. July 20.
Illinois State Water Survey's WARM program offers data for farmersview article
Daily crop growing degree day calculator, soil moisture levels, among website's features.
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.
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