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Over the years the seed technology has made big improvements — along with equipment and equipment technology. We continue to keep up with all the changes to help improve our operations and run to the best of our abilities.

He comes from a long line of farmers, and it looks like the line will continue. His great-grandparents, grandparents and parents, Siegfried and Irene Buhr, farmed the land before him.

With winter weather fading into the distance, farmers across the state are gearing up for another productive spring planting season. Once the frost melts and the soil temperatures rise, it will be time to hit the fields, but for many farmers, high prices for fertilizer, fuel and other critic…

The University of Illinois Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI) will receive more than $120 million from the Department of Energy through 2027 to continue researching ag-based energy alternatives. 

A Percheron gelding named Center Ridge Ben drew high-sale honors — not as much as last year’s world-record sale of $137,500 for a Belgian stallion, but the third-highest in the 28 years of the event.