Agriculture
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Four of Scott County’s old-guard farmers donned jackets and dress slacks to reflect on successful ag careers that took them a million miles from where they once thought they might be. 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
4-H is the start of many great adventures for members, but what do you think of when you think of 4-H? more
Scott County will offer the Commercial Ag Weed, Insect and Plant Disease Management Continuing Instruction Course (CIC) for commercial pesticide applicators on Wednesday, Nov. 14. more
The Scott County Pork Producers held their Pork Youth Ambassador Contest on Sunday, April 15, and chose Evan Keppy as their 2018 Scott County Pork Youth Ambassador. more
Rabbits and deer have been browsing on trees and shrubs in windbreaks, home orchards and landscape plantings over the last two months because of the extended period of snow cover across most of Iowa. The prognosis for the plants depends on the extent of damage. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach horticulturists describe how to assess the damage. To have additional questions answered, contact Hortline at 515-294-3108 or email hortline@iastate.edu. more
North Scott FFA member Collin Costello is among four finalists nationwide for dairy production, the first North Scott student ever to advance that far. more
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
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
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