​​ Vermilion County Farm Bureau
  Serving Vermilion County Agriculture Since 1918

A crowd of 200 people took part in history by attending Vermilion

County Farm Bureau's 100th Annual  Meeting on November 27.

Those attending received a copy of the VCFB Anniversary book,

which details the Farm Bureau's history in our county. There was

a display of historic artifacts, and a photos were shown during

                                                     dinner. Awards were presented to

                                                     Sue Heidle, the AITC Teacher of the

                                                     Year; Mark & Susie Willard, the Spokespersons of the Year; and James Wienke,

                                                     Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award. Illinois Farm Bureau Vice President

                                                     Brian Duncan was the keynote Speaker for the evening.

                                  Credit Card

                                    are now

                                 accepted for

                                Membership

                                  Payments


Vermilion County Farm Bureau Holds 100th Annual Meeting

Farm Bill & Crop Insurance Seminar

Monday December 17

9:00 am - FB Office




Congressman John Shimkus will talk about the Farm Bill process and Country Financial's Doug Yoder will update farmers on Crop Insurance options.

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS
   Farm Bill & Crop Insurance Seminar
        - Dec 17
   Board of Directors - Dec 20
   Office Closed Christmas thru New
        Year's - Dec 24-Jan 1
   Illini Farm Toy Show - Jan 4-5
   AFBF Annual Meeting - Jan 11-16
   IFB Young Leaders Conference
        - Jan 25-26

 

Stop by to see the

"Down on the Farm" Exhibit at the

Vermilion County Museum.


   Tues - Sat     10 am - 4 pm


116 N Gilbert, Danville

2018 Vermilion County Plat Books Still Available


This Heritage Edition Plat Book features historic photos and a 1915 plat map for each township. The books cost

$40, with a discount for M members down to $25 each.

Plat Books can be purchased in the Farm Bureau office with check or cash during regular hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Books can also be shipped for additional costs, with prepayment required.