Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
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Fall Fun for the Family
It's a perfect season to enjoy some outdoor activities.
Illinois Farm Families Launches Updated Website, Logo
Farmers want to help consumers make informed food choices.
Nominations Open for Illinois Certified Crop Adviser Award
Don't miss this chance to recognize an exceptional CCA.
ACTION TEAM TUESDAY: Consumer Outreach
This team is ready to raise awareness about agriculture.
IFB Members Save Millions!
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Illinois Buffer Partnership plans pecan farm field dayview article
Voss Pecans in Carlyle illustrates how the buffer program can help landowners interested in improving water quality and sustaining a practical business.
Inventory of hogs/pigs grows to record numbersview article
USDA pegged the inventory of hogs and pigs nationwide as of Sept. 1 at 70.9 million head with a June-August pig crop of 32 million head.
Cornhuskers converge in Illinoisview article
We're not talking about an Illinois vs. Nebraska football game. We are talking about a time-honored tradition kept alive by some enthusiastic Illinois agriculturists. It's this weekend.
FDA publishes proposed rule on 'healthy' labelsview article
The guidance focuses on "healthy" claims on foods that have a fat profile predominantly made of mono and polyunsaturated fats, but do not meet the regulatory definition of "low fat."
Syngenta class action proceedsview article
A court ruling certifies classes of farmers in Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and South Dakota.
A chance to help Ag in the Classroomview article
This opportunity helps bring the Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom project to classrooms all across the state. See and hear more here.
Take steps to avoid equipment firesview article
Here's what you need to know to be prepared.
U.S. consumers eating more meatview article
In 2015, the average American ate about 193 pounds of beef, pork and chicken.
Ag ed faces teacher shortageview article
Statewide, 324 agriculture programs currently offer courses to students in sixth through 12th grades.
Candy sales on the riseview article
Among consumers, families with children buy the most candy.
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