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Crop advisors were recognized at the Iowa Certified Crop Advisor Years of Service luncheon in February. The luncheon is held in conjunction with the Agribusiness Showcase & Conference (ASC) in Des Moines. Certified Crop Advisers utilize best management practices that protect the environment and lead growers to produce higher yields and increase profitability for their farms. more
The Scott County Pork Producers are planning to hold their annual Scott County Pork Queen and Pork Ambassador Contest in April. more
Leaders of the Farm Progress Show, scheduled Sept. 1-3 at Boone, Iowa, pulled the plug on the show for 2020 after announcing last week that it would go forward as planned. more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending the deadline to file crop acreage reports for agricultural producers in Iowa impacted by flooding and heavy moisture. more
Normally, Amy Nelson might have a few remnants to combine after Halloween. more
 River Valley Cooperative CEO Tim Burress announced that the company has completed another successful year with sales of $436 million, operating income of $2.5 million, and $5.9 million in total net income. more
“Setting the Table for Success” is the theme for the fourth annual Women in Agriculture Conference, to be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Washington, Iowa, on March 28. more
Hockey and horse shows overlap in a number of surprising ways, says one of the few to experience success in both. more
A new group of conservative Iowans are promoting solar power on farm operations by showing state legislators how panels can power livestock barns, grain dryers and other high-energy equipment. more
It happens every year. The feeling is getting more and more common. I’m not crying wolf, but I do wonder at times if my Fair Days are beginning to wind down. more
Well, it’s official. The stage has been set. The curtain is about to go up. It’s Fair Week in Scott County. more
The new guy at River Valley Coop wants to maintain its reputation as a safe port for farmers navigating tortuous agricultural seas. more
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