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Agriculture Part of Illinois Bicentennial Ornament
Christmas decoration marking the state's 200th birthday the latest in a series designed by a Peoria County Farm...
Virtual Museum Will Tell “Story of Illinois”
A special exhibit tells the Story of Illinois with more than 13.5 million objects.
How do Multigenerational Families Work Together?
We asked a farmer how multigenerational families work together to keep a farm viable.
Morel Mushroom Season Picks Up in Illinois
Cool weather has held up growth for morel mushrooms in all but southern Illinois .
Backward Turns Out Right for Longhorn Farmers
Macoupin County family builds a niche business out of the lean meat the cattle provide.
Farmers’ Market Season is Around the Corner
IFB local foods manager talks about different types of farmers' markets and why some feature products that others...
Illinois Heroes Featured in Museum Exhibition
Special exhibit at Illinois State Museum recognizes traveling nurse, missionary worker and combat veteran.
Food Evolution Documentary Delves Into GMOs
A new movie, Food Evolution, explores why GMOs are such a controversial topic.
It’s a Great Life for Fulton County Dairy Farmer
Bill Carlburg, a Fulton County dairy farmer, says he can't imagine doing anything else.
2017 Illinois Agriculture in Photos (VIDEO)
Take a look back at 2017 with photos celebrating Illinois agriculture.