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There is also a website that has a questionnaire that tells you where you should live based on your priorities. It's a U.S site.
I'm in NY now but from IL, most recently the area you find yourself in. That's a good base to be in to check things out. With a relatively short drive you can be in serious farm country. Someone already mentioned the U of I area, but you're also quite close already to Northern Illinois U. (just a few miles down on 88), and there are some nice towns (like Sycamore) in that vicinity. You might also want to check out Warrenville, right next door to where you're at. It's gotten developed but has retained a lot of it's non-suburban, independent mindset, and it's still very easy to find older homes with a sizable property ... enough to launch a small farm (and zoning is favorable for animals and such, too).
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