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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.

Member Benefits

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.

Cook County Farm Bureau Photo Contest - Spring
05/06/2024 @ 2:30 pm

Get your camera and capture moments by showcasing your best photos depicting theme of Agriculture in the Spring. Send in your photos – selfies, pictures of others, landscape, etc.

Planting Seeds
05/06/2024 @ 8:30 am | By Katrina Milton, Director of Ag Literacy

Some people have a favorite day of the year; this year, I had two favorite days: Ag Day North and Ag Day South.

Board approved strategy for future leadership growth
05/03/2024 @ 1:30 pm

A leadership development and growth plan called Future Forward was approved by the Cook County Farm Bureau Board of Directors at their April Board of Directors meeting. The plan is an outline of a strategy to recruit, train, engage, and develop a new crop of young agriculturalists and members with a focus on leadership and involvement through education, program participation, and training.

How Farm Bureau Served YOU in April
05/03/2024 @ 11:30 am

Held a soapmaking workshop where participants crafted their own natural soap and learned about the history of soap and soapmaking.

Manifolds, Manolos, and Manure
05/03/2024 @ 9:00 am | By Bona Heinsohn, CAE CCFB Director of Gov. Affairs and Public Relations

For the past two years, Midwest Horse Fair has marked the beginning of our rodeo season. Just over three years ago, this wild ball of energy decorated with a thick mane and kinky tail entered our lives one Thursday evening. Our veterinarian called him “old fashion.” I prefer to call him “thick.”

Ask a Master Gardener
05/02/2024 @ 1:30 pm

Ask a Master Gardener - Spring Inquiries!

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