Prairie Farms-Your Caps, Your Cause now benefits the Rock Island County Farm Bureau Foundation!

Your Caps Your Cause

The Rock Island County Farm Bureau Foundation is now a beneficiary of Prairie Farms, Our Caps Your Cause!

March 2014 Newsletter

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Farm Bill Update to be held March 13

Are you interested in learning the details of the 2014 Farm Bill so that you can determine how it will impact your farm operation?  The University of Illinois Extension will host an informative webinar led by Jonathan Coppess, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and Policy, University of Illinois.  This webinar will discuss the commodity program choices available in Title I of the 2014 Farm Bill.

Women in Agriculture Seminar to be offered March 21st at Jumer’s Casino and Hotel in Rock Island


Are you a woman who is involved in agriculture?  Are you actively farming, working in the industry or married to a farmer?  If so, then we have the conference for you! Join us for a one day (one evening optional) seminar for woman in agriculture.  




Time to apply for RICFB Foundation Scholarships! ~~$ 7000 in scholarships available!

            The Rock Island County Farm Bureau Foundation is proud to announce the 2014 Foundation Scholarship Program.   Applications for the scholarships are due to the Farm Bureau office in Moline through March 28, 2014 until 4:00 p.m

Market Outlook with Dr. Elwynn Taylor – March 4 at Lavender Crest

Dr. Elwynn Taylor, Professor of Ag Meteorology at Iowa State University, will be the featured speaker on Tuesday, March 4 at the Lavender Crest Winery, 5401 US Highway 6, Colona.  The evening will begin with a buffet dinner at 6:15 p.m., followed by an update from Gold Star FS Grain Merchandiser, Mike Schaver.


Emerald Ash Borer Management

Emerald Ash Borer Management

Medical Card Certification

Medical Card Certification

This request for information comes from one of our farmer members.  It’s a topic that has come up a lot lately, and just four days ago went through a major change that has caused a good deal of confusion—even among government administrators.  Hopefully, this will help to unravel things.


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