NASS: Crop conditions remain at historic highs across Illinois
The latest weekly crop update has more than 80% of Illinois' corn rated in good-excellent condition. We have comments from Tazewell County farmer Kent Kleinschmidt.
IDNR's deer season alterations reflect deer population changes
Late-winter anterless-only dear season ends in 20 counties.
Indy International wine competition returns to Purdue
The Indy International Wine Competition will honor the top wines throughout the state on the Purdue University campus July 30 - Aug. 1.
Irrigation systems pump additional revenue streams onto southern Illinois farm
Irrigation systems have been relied on for many years, but haven't proved vital with this wet year.
New IFB brochure answers consumers' GMO questions
ILFB has produced brochures to help answer consumer questions on GMO's.
Arians, Mays selected as finalists for YL Excellence Award
Young Leader Excellence Award finalists announced.
Farm bill conservation compliance changes
New requirements to be eligible for federal crop insurance premiums, under the new farm bill.
The 2014 Young Leader Achievement Award finalists
Young Leader Achievement Award finalists announced.
Disaster assistance for 2012 frost-freeze fruit losses
The Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program may offer assistance to farmers of bush or tree fruit crops.
Greene County meat processor loses license for violations
Violations lead to a halt on operations at a Green County meat processing plant.