Sundrop Alpacas is a small alpaca farm. Alpacas are raised for their luxurious fiber. Our alpacas graze and eat hay for an entire year and then are shorn in late spring. This fiber is hypoallergenic, soft as cashmere and warmer than wool. We spin our own yarn as well as make knit, crochet and felted products from the fiber. Our on-farm and on-line stores feature our 100% USA alpaca fiber products. We also breed Nationally competitive show alpacas. On selected days, or by appointment, we are open to visitors. When we are open we allow visitors to see the alpacas, ask questions, and experience our products. Open times are limited due to our very full schedules. Watch our schedule or shop online at www.sundropalpacas.com or on our Facebook page.
Piatt County Service Co.
Ag & Residential Fertilizer, Crop Protection, Petroleum & LP gas, Field Seeds, Grass Seed, Forages, Turf Chemicals
AHW is a 16-store operation based in Dwight, Illinois and has the capacity and resources to best serve the Agriculture, Turf and Compact Construction customers in the East Central Illinois and West Central Indiana area.
Topflight Grain Cooperative
Topflight Grain Cooperative , Inc. is a strong, farmer owned grain cooperative in the heart of the Illinois Grain Belt. The rich soils and modern farm practices produce record yields and quality grain. Formed in 1998 as the consolidation of three local grain cooperatives and additional mergers in 2000, 2003, and 2014, Topflight serves producers in Piatt, Macon, Moultrie, Dewitt, Douglas, Champaign, and Logan counties. Permanent storage capacity of the 14 facilities is 45 million bushels of grain.
At Sunset Acres our mission is to provide the families of our community with the option of locally grown and responsibly raised beef and pork. Our family works with partnering farms with high quality genetics to provide great tasting beef and pork.
Piatt County Farm Bureau
The Piatt County Farm Bureau is a not-for-profit organization that advocates for farmers. We are an organization through which farmers, consumers, and others work together to strengthen agriculture's role as a vital part of a strong, American economy. Our Work Our board of directors meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday, to approve business and to set the program of work for the year. Program ideas are brought to the board of directors and they decide what we as an organization get involved in. If you have a program idea or an issue that is affecting you, please don't hesitate to get a hold of us and share your information.