Darvin and Tammy Robinson farm is in Barnett Township, DeWitt
County. The property was acquired April 7, 1904, by David Robinson,
Darvin's great-great-grandfather. Andrew Robinson, Darvin's
great-grandfather, became the owner in 1917. Vernet Robinson,
Darvin's grandfather, became the owner in 1980. Darvin acquired the
property in 1998.
and Gail Robinson farm is also in Barnett Township, DeWitt County,
and has been designated as a Centennial Farm. The property was
acquired April 7, 1904, by David Robinson, Marvin's
great-grandfather. Andrew Robinson, Marvin's grandfather, became the
owner in 1917. Vernet Robinson, Marvin's father, became the owner in
1980. Marvin acquired the property in 1984.
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The Centennial Farm program helps to
reinforce that family farming remains a viable entity in Illinois
To be eligible for a centennial sign, the agricultural property
must have been owned by a straight or collateral line of descendants
of the original owner for at least 100 years.
For a Centennial Farm application,
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