Critical need for agriculture teachers i…
Freeze warning for southern Illinois ton…
USDA: Corn planting at 3% complete
Got Jellybean milk?
2014 fertilizer prices have stabilized this spring below the three-year average price.
Still time to register for farm bill webinar
Bill would pre-empt state labeling laws
AFBF is taking the U.S House's top tax writer up on his openness to extending some tax breaks permanently. We have an audio report from Matt Kaye.
RFA: Rail system in 'sheer chaos'
Statehouse report with Steve Bridge
Areas of Illinois that escaped last night's freezing cold will likely be hit overnight.
Freezing temperatures hit wheat crop; damage unknown
Weekend storms bring heavy rains to portions of northern and southern IL
Good weekend ahead, but rain for early next week
Illinois faces a critical need for agriculture education graduates to instruct the state's next generation of agronomists, animal scientists, agribusinessmen, farmers and ag teachers.
ADM announces business changes
Publisher seeking centennial or older Illinois family farms
The deadline for the passage of bills in their chamber of origin slipped by somewhat quietly this week.
In some parts of the Midwest, spring activity has begun while preparations are still being made in other parts.
Refusing to take part in the ‘food fight.’