Cook County Farm Bureau sent the following comments to the Federal Registrar regarding the proposed Clean Water rules: The proposed Clean Water rules offer common-sense regulations that protect and improve water quality on our nation’s farms and ranches.
Cook County elected officials and their staff members are invited to join the Farm Bureau for an exploration of agricultural businesses in northern Cook County! On Thursday, June 13, 2019 the Cook County Staff Exchange Program will travel to the western suburbs for an exploration of agricultural businesses and local farmers.
Illinois Farm Bureau® (IFB) created Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT), an agricultural leadership development program designed to give participants a head-start on tackling tomorrow's responsibilities.
Join Cook County Farm Bureau® at this year’s Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show at Wagner Farm in Glenview. The delicious, farm-style breakfast begins at 8 a.m. on June 8, 2019. After enjoying homemade pancakes and freshly grilled sausage, enjoy live music, dairy demonstrations, and hands-on activities at the Farm Bureau booth.
If you like to eat, then you need farmers. Farmers grow healthy, nutritious food including fruits, vegetables, and grains like corn, soybeans, and wheat. They also raise animals. Cook County farmers are committed to caring for their land and animals in order to grow and raise safe and healthy food for heir families and for yours.
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Our mission is to serve all of the Cook County Farm Bureau® members with meaningful and beneficial programs that reflect our agricultural heritage.