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Practicing Farm Safety 7-Part Series

In an effort to support and reinforce the safety message during harvest, Farm Credit Illinois has released a multi-part series called "Practicing Farm Safety", which focuses on the following topics: Grain Bin Safety, Rural Road Safety, Tractor Safety, ATV Safety, Unloading and Loading Trailer Safety, Sun Safety and Electrical Safety. Each article includes a companion video  (produced by Monsanto and used with permission)


Farmland Auction Listings

Farm Credit Illinois is attempting to maintain a comprehensive list of upcoming farmland auctions in the Association's 60-county marketplace. If you have an auction to include, please submit a form at www.farmcreditIL.com/auctioninfo or send a web link of the auction sale bill to info@farmcreditIL.com.


Why Farm Credit Serves "Meals in the Field" During Harvest

​Senior Vice President Tom Tracy talks about the "Meals in the Field" program, why Farm Credit Illinois serves meals to winning farm families during harvest and in support of National Farm Safety & Health Week, and why it is significant to the agriculture community.


Farm Credit Names Johnson Executive V.P.

Aaron Johnson, of Latham, has been promoted by Farm Credit Illinois to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

 


Farm Credit Board Names Tracy Next C.E.O.

​Thomas Tracy, age 42 of White Heath, was selected as the incoming president and Chief Executive Officer of Farm Credit Illinois by the association’s board of directors. Tracy assumes his new role effective January 1, 2015. He will succeed the current president, David Owens, who is retiring December 31, 2014; Owens served as C.E.O. since July 1, 2007.

Meet Martin Ray Barbre, NCGA President

Martin Ray Barbre, of Carmi, currently serves as Corn Board President of the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), a farmer-led trade association with offices in St. Louis and Washington. A White County farmer for more than three decades, Martin joined NCGA in 1988. He served as president of the Illinois Corn Growers Association in 2005. Martin and his son, Brandon, own and operate Chestin Farms where they grows corn, soybeans, wheat, grain sorghum, and alfalfa.