Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
House passes WRDA billRead More
House passes WRDA bill
Approved legislation includes amendment calling for rebuild of Len Small Levee in Alexander County.
Use it right or lose it
Federal registration to use products that contain dicamba on resistant soybeans expires later this year.
Senate farm bill advances out of committee
Read some of the key components of the bill.
FMCSA clarifies ELD requirements for hauling ag commodities
IFB trucking expert helps sort through the rules.
Promoting farmers' conservation efforts, raising awareness
Campaign encourages nonfarmers to learn more about farmers' sustainability work.
U.S. beef exports on upward trajectory, for nowview article
Beef sales so far this year are up 10 percent in Japan, 16 percent in Mexico, 42 percent in Hong Kong and 45 percent in South Korea.
NCBA: Don't be faked out by fake meatview article
The National Cattlemen's Beef Association wants to make sure all labels are USDA approved.
School's out, but ag education continuesview article
Lake County Farm Bureau president talks about the success of the local Ag in the Classroom program.
Keep your guard up during mosquito seasonview article
Between dusk and dawn the most active time for type of mosquito that carries West Nile Virus.
This week's Best of IFB Leader Page, 6/15view article
Your recap of some of the week's top stories in the audio version of IFB's Leader Page.
Quick Takes: FFA state officers make historyview article
New officers sworn in Thursday, will serve Illinois Association FFA for the coming year.
Applicants sought for IFB advisory teamsview article
Farm Bureau members needed to help identify emerging issues and provide input in three areas.
Modern barn raising ties ag heritage to playview article
Farm-themed equipment, cornfield surface link playground with surrounding agriculture community.
USDA invests more than $3 million in Illinois water infrastructureview article
4 examples of projects that will help provide rural residents with safe drinking water and other needs.
National Dairy Month events make community connectionsview article
Galena farmer offers tips on planning events that will help inform consumers where their dairy products come from.
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