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This week’s warm weather break came just in time for Iowa farmers to catch up on corn planting, already two weeks behind last year and historical averages. more
Iowa 4-H is launching the 4-H Career Pathways Academy for all Iowa youth in grades 8-11 to explore pathways to college and career readiness. more
A stretch of cold and wet weather has significantly delayed Iowa’s corn planting this year, and the window for optimal yields is shrinking. more
Iowa Soybean Association recognizes 40 conservation pioneers and asks them, what are you doing? What more needs to be done? more
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is committed to protecting the state’s soil and water while celebrating progress made with Soil and Water Conservation Week, April 24-May 1. more
MENLO, Iowa – In response to rising gas prices, President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that fuel stations may sell cheaper, higher-ethanol blend fuels through the summer. more
Next year’s Choose Iowa calendar needs drawings from students about all aspects of Iowa agriculture: food, livestock, crops, and renewable fuels, as examples. more
The Sievers family Glenora Farms is expanding its natural gas production business, but without more manure. more
Sievers Family Farms’ Glenora Feed Yard plans to add a second manure digester, while reducing its permitted capacity by half. more
The Scott County Pork Producers are looking for individuals to run for Scott County Pork Queen, Little Miss Pigtail and Pork Ambassador. more
Retired farmers will have several new tax exemptions to choose from under Iowa’s new tax law, which Gov. Kim Reynolds signed last week. more
The price of fertilizer has skyrocketed in response to pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. more
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