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AppinsideDon’t go into the fields this spring without Illinois Farm Bureau’s (IFB) FREE apps! With these apps, you can have Illinois agriculture right by your side at all times.

IFB App

This app gives you the in-the-know information you need:

  • Local Weather
  • Local Cash Bids
  • Futures Quotes
  • IFB News & Events
  • Legislative Action Request Notices

"The best feature about this app is how easy it is to customize it for your farm," says IFB's Ted Jankowski. "You can use your GPS to get local weather and bids. Or add a zip code to make a selective location, such as your home farm, as the default. That's great news for spring planting."

Jankowski continues, "You can customize your futures quotes, too. You can set it to show just grain, just livestock, or both."

Members can download the app for the Android phone, iPhone and iPad.

Android: Visit the Google Play Store and search for ILFB. When the search returns the Illinois Farm Bureau app, click on the install button and download it to your device, just as you would any other free app. (Check your Android tablet for the Play Store, too.)

iPhone or iPad: Visit the App Store and search for ILFB. When the search returns the Illinois Farm Bureau app, click on the install button and download it to your device, just as you would any other free app.

FarmweekNow.com App

The FarmweekNow.com app covers all of Illinois agriculture! Utilizing the reporting teams of FarmWeek, RFD Radio Network, FarmWeekNow.com, has Illinois farming covered, when and where you need it.

iPhone or iPad: Tap your "App Store" icon on your phone screen. Tap "Search" and type in 'FarmWeekNow'   (iPad users search "iPhone apps" on your tablet.) Tap "Install".

Android: Tap your "Play Store" icon on your phone screen. Tap "Search" and type in 'FarmWeekNow'. Tap "Install".

Grab your smartphone and download them today!

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