Your recap of some of the week's top stories in the audio version of IFB's Leader Page.
Most people don't get the chance to see the inside of a barn and are left to wonder about the conditions inside. Open houses allow farmers to show how they keep their animals comfortable.
Fast-track legislation would allow the president to negotiate trade deals without congressional approval.
IFB local foods manager talks about different types of markets and why some feature products that others don't.
Macoupin County family builds a niche business out of the lean meat the cattle provide.
IDOA seeks projects related to pest control, conservation, nutrition and other issues.
Because it developed its strategy after Iowa and Minnesota, Illinois able to 'combine the best of both worlds' from the other states, says U of I researcher.
80,000 acres of potential pollinator habitat were saved last year just by reducing area mowed around roadways. IDOT manager offers practices farmers can use to preserve potential habitat.
Program offers loans to veterinary students willing to practice on Illinois livestock after graduation.
Planting 150 million milkweed stems part of Illinois' strategy to keep Monarchs off the endangered list.