Environmentalist Says No Scientific Basis for GMO Labeling
Mark Lynas believe more biotech crops with benefits consumers can see directly, such as biotech potatoes that don't brown when sliced and have a reduced risk of containing carcinogens, may help curb concerns about GMOs.
Final close for the pits
Monday was the final day for pit-trading at the CME Group in Chicago.
One quarter of Illinois' corn now tasseling
The weekly crop update also finds 15% of the state's soybeans are now blooming.
Illinois Farm Bureau Commodities Conference July 29
U of I specialist Gary Schnitkey to discuss nutrient management.
Wheat harvest winds down; hay quality issues persist
Farmers took advantage of some scattered sunny days the past week to 10 days to finish wheat harvest at numerous locations in southern Illinois. Check out our photo gallery, courtesy of Brad Conant.
Cattlemen urged to be environmental inspection ready
Illinois Beef Association offering members a consulting service.