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Iowa Public Television has brought Iowa State Fair highlights statewide for 48 years and will again broadcast extensive coverage of the Iowa State Fair. more
The 2018 Agriculture Mechanization (Ag Mech) Club at Western Illinois University will host its 48th annual Farm Expo Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 10-11, at Western Hall on the Macomb, Ill., campus. more
Area hay and forage producers are invited to attend the 35th annual Eastern Iowa Hay Producers Association meeting and conference on Thursday, March 15, at Buzzy’s in Welton. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the program will start at 10:30 a.m. more
A lot of Soil and Water Conservation Districts are celebrating their 75th anniversaries around the state. more
Iowa farmers received $46.4 million in USDA assistance to implement conservation practices on their land in the past year through Farm Bill programs administered by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. This is a 20-percent, or $10 million, increase from the previous year. more
The all-is-well-on-the-economic-front message delivered by an official from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Sept. 24 fell short of answering attendees’ concerns at a First Central State Bank and Ohnward Bancshares Inc. hosted summit. more
Jacob Hunter has been named the 2018 Emerging Iowa Leader by the Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. more
4-H is the start of many great adventures for members, but what do you think of when you think of 4-H? more
Elyssa McFarland’s spade split corn stubble and dirt to reveal a delicate tangle of white rye cover crop roots doing their best to pull nitrates from Dave Oberbroeckling’s Davenport cornfield. more
Farms are often passed down from generation to generation. Just like in royal families, acres and acres of fertile soil, barns and buildings, and longtime homes become both the blessing and the responsibility of the offspring of those who went before. more
After having fallen in each of the three previous years, the average value of an acre of farmland in Iowa saw an increase in 2017. The average statewide value of an acre of farmland is now estimated to be $7,326. This represents an increase of 2.0 percent, or $143 per acre, from the 2016 estimate. more
Iowa has a new Secretary of Agriculture, and one of his first public appearances in eastern Iowa will be at the fourth annual Ag Summit hosted by Donahue dairy farmer John Maxwell. more
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