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COUNTRY Boosts Youth Farm Safety Efforts
Updates cover safety with animals, tractors, ATVs, and more.
IAA Foundation Activities at IFB Annual Meeting Announced
Find out how you can help support IAITC when you join in the fun.
IFB Lobbies for TPP on Capitol Hill
Ten Illinois farmers join in recent Leaders to Washington trip.
Illinois high school keeping ag ed alive onlineview article
"For us to fill a need, this was really the only way to do it," Principal Dustin Foutch said about All Ag Online, an accredited, online agricultural education program.
Job outlook positive for ISU ag grads, internsview article
A record 53 companies, organizations and government agencies attended a recent Agriculture Career Fair.
NCGA lands greenhouse gas grantview article
The grant will be used to develop a system for scalable carbon accounting in agriculture through NCGA's Soil Health Partnership (SHP) initiative.
Rural Development funds Illinois distance learning projectview article
USDA Rural Development awarded $4.7 million in Distance Learning and Telemedicine program grants to support 11 distance learning efforts, including one in Illinois, and seven telemedicine projects.
2016 a bounce back year for pumpkin productionview article
No worries, pumpkin lovers: Pumpkin production bounced back this season after getting squashed by weather issues last year.
Family meals gain importance during fallview article
Survey finds only 57 percent of survey respondent parents eat dinner with their children every night.
Great Lakes Basin railroad route changes, avoids Boone Countyview article
Illinois Farm Bureau requested STB allow for an additional comment period because the route has changed.
IDNR holding public meetings on chronic wasting diseaseview article
Each meeting will start at 7 p.m. with a 30-minute presentation and discussion.
USDA funds three Illinois Conservation Innovation projectsview article
Projects based in Chicago, Peoria and Evanston will receive a share of $26.6 million.
What does mining coal, fishing in Alaska and farming have in common?view article
If you guessed "most dangerous occupations," you're right. Read and hear more about the risks posed to youngsters.
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