Experience teaches me that farmers cannot tile too much. To me it is a real pleasure to take a bad piece of land and make it into a garden.- Samuel W. Allerton, PRACTICAL FARMING 1907
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Farm Proress Show; Aug 27 - 29; Decatur, IL
The 2013 Farm Progress Show was a big success. To view pictures of the Illinois Land Improvement Contractors (ILICA) field tiling demonstration, check out our picture gallery.
Boring Capabilities Added!
SFDI has added "Jack and Bore" capabilities. Now road borings, RR crossing, or anywhere where open cut trenching is prohibited, can be done - in house, so to speak!
Sizes up 24" can be achieved. Contact Jon at SFDI for more information and a quote.
Harvest will be upon us soon, and is the time when new tile holes are discovered. Take advantage of your GPS, and our TILE REPAIR FORM.
Central Illinois Weather
CHAMPAIGN--Jarling's Custard Cup locked up for the last time Monday afternoon, when the Champaign store sold its last scoops at 3:45 pm, closing the lid on a shop that's been a staple of the community for more than 31 years.
Springfield- Many people used to text while driving and some still do now that it is illegal in Illinois. Springfield police have a new initiative to combat the issue.Sgt. Charles Kean said, Springfield officers will start using old strategies along with new ones. This is part of the U Drive. U Text. U Pay national effort."Last year, which was the first full year of hands free, our officers wrote 618 citations. Up to today's date they've written 113," Sgt. Kean said.Officers don't check phone...
Neoga - A small town with a small school, in Illinois, is bound to have financial disappointments.
Cisco – A surcharge placed on phone bills for 911 service could be a flat fee if legislation passes the General Assembly.
DECATUR - The Children's Museum of Illinois is giving teens and adults the chance to make learning experiences memorable for visitors by volunteering throughout the year.
One week on from the Germanwings plane crash in the Alps, the search for victims' remains intensifies.
The village of Botton in North Yorkshire has been home to people with learning disabilities for 60 years, but there are claims that changes to employment laws are posing a threat to the community.
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