Illinois Statutes Chapter 505. Agriculture

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  • Act 5. Agricultural Areas Conservation and Protection Act
  • Act 15. Agricultural Statistics Act
  • Act 17. Agricultural Production Contract Code
  • Act 19. Illinois Agrifirst Program Act of 2001
  • Act 25. Beef Market Development Act
  • Act 30. Illinois Commercial Feed Act of 1961
  • Act 35. Illinois Conservation Enhancement Act
  • Act 40. Illinois Corn Marketing Act
  • Act 45. County Cooperative Extension Law
  • Act 50. Dairy Statistics Act
  • Act 57. Illinois Family Farmer Support Act
  • Act 60. Farm Names Act
  • Act 70. Farm Products Marketing Act
  • Act 75. Farmland Preservation Act
  • Act 80. Illinois Fertilizer Act of 1961
  • Act 82. Food and Agriculture Research Act
  • Act 84. Illinois Food, Farms, and Jobs Act
  • Act 85. Illinois Grain Quality Program Act of 1988
  • Act 86. Grain Coloring Act
  • Act 90. Insect Pest and Plant Disease Act
  • Act 95. Illinois Milk Promotion Act
  • Act 100. Illinois Noxious Weed Law
  • Act 106. Illinois Rivers-Friendly Farmer Program Act
  • Act 110. Illinois Seed Law
  • Act 115. Illinois Sheep and Wool Production Development and Marketing Act
  • Act 120. Soil Amendment Act
  • Act 125. Soil Conservation Domestic Allotment Act
  • Act 130. Soybean Marketing Act
  • Act 135. Sustainable Agriculture Act
  • Act 140. Watershed Improvement Act
  • Act 145. Wheat Development Act
  • Act 147. Wind Energy Facilities Agricultural Impact Mitigation Act
  • Act 150. Promote Illinois Ethanol and Biodiesel Act

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