Bob Rohrer, Manager of the Cook County Farm Bureau and Executive Director of the Cook County Farm Bureau Foundation, was recently presented the Perry Snyder Special Recognition Award by the Illinois Leadership Council for Agricultural Education (ILCAE).
Milo, also known as grain sorghum, grows three to four feet in height with a large seed head. The strength of milo markets grew with demand, due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cook County Assessor’s office has a deadline of January 31st for filing the 2021 Cook County Farmland Questionnaire/Affidavit. Forms are available at www.cookcountyassessor.com, click Forms>Farms>Download. Filing of this form is necessary on an annual basis to maintain the farm assessment of the property that is farmed in Cook County.
The Clerk of the Circuit Court is the official record keeper for the courts. The circuit clerk is an integral part of the entire county governmental process and is endowed with certain authority to aid and promote the judicial process.
In celebration of the healthy and nutritious food grown and raised by local farmers, Cook County Farm Bureau® members and partners are supporting local families and food pantries.
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