Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
Comments submitted address rhetoric surrounding alleged impact on pollinators, detail IFB commitment to proactive stewardship.Read More
IFB advocates for neonicotinoid pesticides
Comments submitted detail IFB commitment to proactive stewardship.
Jo Daviess County plot project proves cover crop viability in northern region
Project measures amount of nitrogen taken up by different cover crop mixes.
Guebert: Farmers are 'true environmentalists'
Earth Day a chance for farmers to be proud, continue to improve.
Guebert hopes SNAP debate doesn't slow down farm bill
Crop insurance important to Illinois farmers.
Lawmakers, coalition partners urge support for redistricting reform
Resolutions propose creating redistricting coalition.
8 safety reminders for planting seasonview article
As the hours build up, don't forget to work safely.
Quick Takes: Get into the swing for ag education at golf outingview article
Registration open for June event that benefits Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom.
Union County farm honored with state's first bicentennial designationview article
Fifth and sixth generations of the Brown family now grow crops on the original 145 acres.
Guebert: Farmers are 'true environmentalists'view article
Earth Day a chance for farmers to be proud of sustainability track record but also a reminder to continue looking for ways to improve.
This week's Best of IFB Leader Page, 4/20view article
Your recap of some of the week's top stories in the audio version of IFB's Leader Page.
Quick Takes: Illinois farmer gets USDA postview article
A former NCGA president, Barbre will lead Risk Management Agency.
State ag colleges join forces on recruitingview article
Schools encourage prospective students to find the degree program that works best for them - even if it's at a different Illinois institution.
Deans: Research farms produce more value than everview article
University farms continue to be sites for ag education and research that will be put to use by local farmers. They're also gaining importance as recruitment tools, attracting non-ag students into the industry.
USDA asks for help with invasive speciesview article
Problem insects and diseases cause $40 billion worth of damage every year, says USDA expert.
Students grapple with policy, grow leadershipview article
U of I course attracts many students with no connection to agriculture, allowing them to build relationships with farmers.
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