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How Your Food Is Grown

Agriculture in Cook County comes in so many sizes, shapes, styles and flavors, providing the freshest and finest products and services.

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Our members can leverage outstanding discounts, program opportunities and experiences, finding more ways to hold onto more of their money.

Why Agriculture Matters

The Agriculture in the Classroom Program provides free educational programming and resources to educators in Cook County.

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Help us Advocate for Local Agriculture

Take back your influence in Washington, Springfield, and even your own backyard with Farm Bureau's FB ACT program.

Legislative Priorities

Actively working to secure a better future for agricultural interests in Cook County.

2022 Farmland Questionnaire
10/09/2021 @ 9:30 am

2022 Farmland Questionnaire/Affidavit for farmland status in Cook County have been sent. The initial filing deadline date is October 29, 2021, and the forms must be notarized.

Attention Voting Members
10/08/2021 @ 4:00 pm

The Cook County Farm Bureau Board of Directors will be conducting a business only Annual Meeting on November 10, for the Voting Members of the Cook County Farm Bureau. Voting members may attend the Annual Meeting or may “date” and “sign” the proxy printed below and return it by November 5 to the office.

2021 Farm Crawl Cook County Farm Bureau
10/08/2021 @ 11:50 am

Guided tours, farm fresh produce, eggs, honey, fresh flowers, fall plants, pumpkins, farm animals and feed, freebies, farm specials, and refreshments were enjoyed by Crawlers during our 5th Farm Crawl on a beautiful, sunny Saturday in September! Thank you to our Crawlers for venturing out to see agricuture in action! We also thank our 23 businesses that welcomed Passport Crawlers, and offering them a chance to get to know you a little bit better during the 2021 Farm Crawl.

Family Farm and Food Bytes
10/08/2021 @ 10:25 am

Illinois Home-Based Food Products Can Be Sold Directly To Customers In 2022 Under New Law – Soon farmers markets won’t be the only place to find home-based food products in Illinois. Gov. JB Pritzker signed the Home-to-Market Act (SB2007) into law, effectively opening the door for small farms and home bakers to sell their products directly to customers through fairs and festivals, home sales, pickup, delivery and shipping. (State Journal-Register)

Centennial Legacy Patio Created to Benefit Foundation
10/07/2021 @ 4:00 pm

Interested in adding your message to the Centennial Patio?

Meet a "face" of the Cook County Farm Bureau
10/07/2021 @ 2:10 pm

Each month we are highlighting a Cook County Farm Bureau Member: This month's "Face of CCFB" is... Rick & Joy Homerding, owner of Puckerville Farms.

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