Agriculture
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North Scott High School students and staff surprised ag teacher Jacob Hunter Jan. 8 with statewide Iowa STEM and Nationwide FFA honors. more
The sun did shine, as Iowa Agriculture Secretary Mike Naig predicted, for the Cinnamon Ridge Agriculture Summit where he was scheduled as a featured guest. more
In this state, where it is said with pride that there are more pigs than people, there are certain people who are considered royalty when it comes to the industry that gives Iowa that distinction. more
Blackened stubble marks the final resting place of the reed canary grass clogging the ditch in front of Tom and Jackie Knapper’s Utica Ridge home. more
Iowa Public Television has brought Iowa State Fair highlights statewide for 49 years and will once again broadcast extensive coverage on-air and online. This year’s programming begins Aug. 7 with a live broadcast of the 2019 Iowa State Fair Parade, continues Aug. 12-18 with Fair 2019 and the State Fair Talent Championship 2019, and concludes Aug. 27 with a broadcast of the Shining Stars Talent Show. more
Iowa Learning Farms, in partnership with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and National Wildlife Foundation, will host a cover crops and conservation leases field day on Thursday, Aug. 22 from 5-7 p.m. at Ken Fawcett’s farm near West Branch. The event is free, open to the family and includes a complimentary meal. more
Drivers along old Highway 61 north of Long Grove probably look twice at the herd of cattle grazing on the hillside off to the west. more
A farm, an idea and unique attractions have come together for 20 years of growth and success at Buffalo Pumpkin Farm in Buffalo, Iowa. Bob Kautz grew up on his family farm, which was established in 1864. He added the Pumpkin Farm attraction nearly 20 years ago. more
Scott County FFA students participated in FFA day at the state capitol Feb. 14. more
Harold Scherer waved and smiled amiably from the seat of his tractor. But his gaze was fixed on the track. more
A 40-acre field near the Wapsi River has generated more than a quarter million dollars to help feed people world wide. more
Scott County farmers are doing more waiting than field work during the slowest corn planting season in 24 years. more
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