FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 21, 2022 Contact: Cassidy Dellorto-Blackwell, The Land Connection Phone: 217-840-2128 Email: email@example.com Explore regenerative grazing value chain, marketing, and profitability Join us for two virtual, live sessions in April! (Champaign, IL) Are you an agricultural professional seeking answers for your farmer and landowner clients about raising livestock regeneratively for profit? Do […]
Opportunities Continue to Grow in Organics.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Cassidy Dellorto-Blackwell, Farmer Training Program Manager, The Land Connection Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 217-840-2128 Opportunities Continue to Grow in Organics. Take advantage of opportunity at the 5th Organic Grain Conference & Trade Show (Champaign, Illinois) Hosted by The Land Connection, the Organic Grain Conference & Trade Show (OGC) will return to the […]
New Year’s Resolutions
By Dr. David M. Kohl Commentary, wisdom, and perspectives from globally renowned agricultural economist, Dr. David M. Kohl. Farm Credit Illinois (FCI) partners with Dr. Kohl to provide learning resources to farm families. The end of harvest marks the beginning of personal, business, and family resolutions for the coming year. While many personal resolutions such […]
The Most Important Tool on the Farm
Farm records are the most important tool to have on your farm. Most farmers just use them for taxes, but they can offer you so much more than tax planning. Utilizing your records to do the 7 things we share in this post will help you reduce your risk and make your farming operation more profitable.
The heat is here and so we look to deliciously cooling vegetables like cucumber and melon to help refresh us o these long hot days. This salsa might seem to be a little out there for some, but it is delicious. Plus, as Illinois is one of the largest producers of melons in the country, […]
Farm to School – It’s Local and Important to Teach
by Dan Doeing, Agricultural Educator, Urbana High School I’m willing to admit that I don’t often think about where my food is grown. Even as the agricultural educator and FFA advisor at Urbana High School, considering where food is grown and how it got to my plate is typically not my first thought going into […]