News & Events

  • Several teachers from All Saints Academy, Bartelso Elementary and Carlyle Elementary School recently attended the Summer Ag Institute, hosted by the Clinton County Farm Bureau. CCFB Ag in the Classroom Coordinator, Susan Kleiboeker, organized the two-day workshop. The summer Ag Institute is a hands-on, interactive......

  • The beauty (and even humor) of rural life comes into focus with Clinton County Farm Bureau’s third photo contest.  It’s a chance for you, as a member, to capture your favorite images showcasing the rich diversity of our county’s agricultural landscape and its people.  It’s......

  • Farm Bureau Members: Check your mailbox! We are conducting a survey to help us serve you better!  Please take a few minutes to fill out our Organizational Survey today.  Share your thoughts on how we can improve our services to help our members.  Not a......

  • On April 3rd, four (4) Clinton County FFA chapters participated in a “FFA Quiz Bowl” sponsored by the Clinton County Farm Bureau’s Young Leader Committee.   helkldfjklalkjdfCentral High School in Breese hosted the event, which also included teams from Carlyle, Mater Dei, and Wesclin High School. ......

  • St. Louis District Dairy Council, in partnership with Southwest Dairy Museum, Inc., is again using their traveling milking parlor to give students and consumers a unique dairy farm experience, right in the parking lot.  The Clinton CFB donated another $5,000 through the St. Louis District......

  • Tori Richter and Quinton Huelsmann graduated from Illinois Farm Bureau’s Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) program, a comprehensive leadership development course, on March 20.   Richter and Huelsmann, members of Clinton County Farm Bureau, joined 17 other graduates in 2024. Now in its 45th year, ALOT......

  • What started as an idea from State Representative Charlie Meier last December, recently came to fruition on February 23rd with Farm Bureau members from across his district touring ADM’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility in Decatur. Representative Meier attended the IFB’s Annual Meeting in......

  • The Clinton County Farm Bureau (CFB) has again committed up to $5,000 to fund community improvement projects for 2024 through an online application process with an April 30th deadline.  Our Community Impact Grant program seeks to identify various projects that will improve our communities and......

  • September Ag in the Classroom for fourth grade was all about the grains we grow and how they are used to make the things we use in our daily lives.  This is always our first lesson of the year because it sets the tone for......

  • Six (6) Young Leader Committee members from Clinton County recently attended the Illinois Farm Bureau’s (IFB) Young Leader Conference.  Nearly 500 Young Leaders in agriculture from across the state met in Springfield for the annual conference on February 2nd-3rd. During the conference, attendees could choose......

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