The Goreville FFA chapter started a new mission to write down their local veterans’ story and compile them in a book, “Living to Serve”.
With the end of semester right around the corner, we reached out to ag teachers to see what advice they had for new ag education teachers.
There are more than 19 million people living in rural America who lack access to a broadband internet connections, including about 22 percent of people in rural Iowa, 36 percent of people in rural Illinois, and 25 percent of people in rural South Dakota. A partnership between Microsoft and an Illinois-based wireless internet provider hope to […]
Thanks to the Illinois FFA’s efforts, the Crayon Initiative will be able to bring 66,935 more packs to young patients across the U.S.
Triple V, Inc., of Roanoke, Illinois, not only received second place honors in the 2017 Illinois Soybean Association Side-by-Side Contest, the farm also gained a 5.6-bushel per acre yield advantage with their soybean field trial plot. The plot Dan Vogel and his cousins, Curt and Steve Vogel entered in the contest was a field trial […]
We’re happy to hear this good news from Wyanet, Illinois last week after a farmer was successfully rescued from a grain bin. According to Bureau County Republican, the man had been stuck in soybeans for about three hours Wednesday evening before first responders were called to the scene. After Wyanet Fire and Rescue assessed the […]
The Lincoln Land Community College’s agriculture program is getting an $18 million boost thanks to a late farm couple’s charitable trust. “On behalf of current and future LLCC agriculture students, it gives me great pleasure to announce that the LLCC Foundation will be the recipient of annual earnings from the Kreher Farm Perpetual Charitable Trust, […]