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--Former University of Illinois assistant basketball coach and all around Illinois Hoops Legend Wayne McClain was remembered in Champaign Wednesday.
Springfield – The battle is on in the final weeks of the 2014 election season to raise the Illinois minimum wage.
SPRINGFIELD - The Springfield Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in their investigation of a home invasion and robbery that took place during the early morning hours of September 4.
DECATUR - Rock Springs Conservation Area is inviting anyone who would like to take a relaxing fall hike to attend their "Going Nutty" hike on November 2.
MT. PULASKI - The Mt. Pulaski Water Department has announced that they will flush the city's water mains on October 28 and October 29.
A woman has told the BBC that she herself had to track down a Sheffield gang who abused her daughter because police refused to act.
Thirty years ago the BBC broadcast the first television reports of a devastating famine in Ethiopia. Tesfatsion Dalellew saw the reports and coordinated World Vision's response.
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