Best Management Practices

You make your living from the land. 

 

You have been raised in the country, you’ve worked with Mother Nature all your life, and you understand that if you want the same sort of life for your children, you must preserve and conserve what is in your care.

 

Best management practices are the techniques and methods farmers use to take the best care of the soil, water, air, plants, and animals around them. IL Corn wants to partner with you to help you understand the best science, the best techniques, the best opportunities to care for your natural resources. 

We have programming that will help you test your water for nutrient levels, try out cover crops for the first time, and apply nitrogen in the most responsible way.  Our programming in this area continues to grow!  Please stay plugged in with us to keep learning and growing as a conservationist.

UTICA FARMER USES HIGH TECH DATA TO IMPROVE FAMILY FARM

January 21st, 2019  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

Justin Durdan is a younger farmer, father of four, and volunteer farmer leader for the Illinois Corn Growers Association.  Numbers, data and analysis get him really excited about the future of his...

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ILLINOIS CORN MARKETING BOARD PARTNERS WITH WIU SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING

January 15th, 2019  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – For the second year, the Illinois Corn Marketing Board (ICMB) is partnering with the Western Illinois University School of Agriculture on a program to benefit high school...

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TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR DICAMBA TRAINING COMPLETED

January 14th, 2019  |  Today's News |  Best Management Practices

Farmers who are certified private applicators and who intend to apply dicamba to soybeans in 2019 must have proof of a dicamba training prior to making a dicamba application.    REGISTER...

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FANDEL HONORED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

January 7th, 2019  |  Today's News |  ICGA |  Best Management Practices

Bloomington, IL – Pete Fandel, a farmer and teacher at Illinois Central College, was honored at the Illinois Corn Growers Association Annual Meeting on November 20, 2018 for his contributions to...

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