Transmission line project files with ICC
Grain Belt Express Clean Line LLC filed an application this week to build, operate and maintain a high-voltage overhead line as a public utility with the Illinois Commerce Commission.
How to help in tornado-damaged areas
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) compiled information for individuals who suffered storm damage and for those who want to help.
2014 Loss Experience for Revenue Protection Products
Lower prices for corn and soybeans resulted in RP payments for corn and soybeans, mainly in the northern Corn Belt. Because of above average yields, loss ratios were low in most of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio.
FarmWeek for April 13
Here is you April 13 edition of FarmWeek via Issuu.com.
Corn planting underway in portions of Central IL
USDA's first weekly look at corn planting finds little, if any, progress in the three "I" states.
Research Examines Unwanted Horses in Illinois
Some estimates show the horse industry in Illinois to be worth $1.2 billion annually with more than 175,000 horses in the state
Smaller portions, sustainability may boost meat consumption
Foodservice operators may tailor their offerings to overcome the obstacles of increasing meat prices and consumers' health focus when dining out.
Small grains program set for June
Northern IL Small Grains program is scheduled for June 18 at Shabbona.