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CROP OPTIONS – (October 16, 2018)

CROP OPTIONS – Some farmers call it grain sorghum. Others refer to the crop as milo. White county farmer John Williams knows it best as... read more

DAMAGE FROM MICHAEL ADDING UP – (October 16, 2018)

DAMAGE FROM MICHAEL ADDING UP – Agricultural damage from Hurricane Michael’s rampage last week is expected to top $1.3 billion in the Southeast, with $1.2... read more

ETHANOL EXPANSION TO HAVE LIMITED IMPACT – (October 16, 2018)

ETHANOL EXPANSION TO HAVE LIMITED IMPACT – The Trump administration’s plan to allow year-round sales of E-15 would have limited impact on the depressed U.S.... read more

RURAL AMERICANS WORRIED, BUT STILL OPTIMISTIC – (October 16, 2018)

RURAL AMERICANS WORRIED, BUT STILL OPTIMISTIC – Despite concerns surrounding drug addiction, job availability and the economy, rural Americans still are optimistic about the future.... read more

THE HIGH PRICE OF VICTORY – (October 16, 2018)

THE HIGH PRICE OF VICTORY – This year’s midterm election could set fundraising records. Democrats have outraised their Republican opponents in 32 of the closet... read more

2018 Golden Clover Winners (August 14, 2018)

Four dedicated supporters of 4-H and the McLean County Fair received recognition as 2018 Golden Clover Award winners: Joyce Yoder was honored as a Golden... read more

McLean County Fair Receives Facility Grant (August 14, 2018)

McLean County Fair received a $3,000 Facility Upgrade Grant from the Compeer Financial Fund for Rural America. The grant funds were used to improve lighting... read more

Runners Go HogWild with Race, Raise Funds for Fair (August 14, 2018)

About 125 runners and walkers participated in the inaugural HogWild 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk held July 29 at the McLean County Fairgrounds. Cool... read more

Thriving in Today’s Markets – 2018 Farm Income & Innovations Conference (July 5, 2018)

Is your farm thriving or merely surviving? Sudden policy shifts, changing consumer tastes, and progressive technology present new challenges as well as opportunities. Illinois Farm... read more

Saturated Buffer Field Day – June 15 (June 6, 2018)

Check out a live installation of a saturated buffer along Turkey Creek and find out more about soil health, water quality and wildlife habitat at... read more

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