Iowa Minute is a 60-second news feature that highlights the role agriculture and Farm Bureau play in Iowans’ lives. The feature airs on these TV stations.
Iowa's farmers have reduced phosphorus loss by 22%. Now they're using the same approach (involving innovation and collaboration) for the state's nitrate goals.
Livestock can convert inedible plant waste like corn stalk residue and soy hulls into protein-rich food for humans like meat and dairy through upcycling.
Meat is a healthy part of a balanced diet. It's simple, tasty, and nutritious, with vitamins and minerals that are hard to find in other foods.
Updating Iowa's drainage systems leads to less fertilizer, better nutrient absorption, & improves water quality when water goes through conservation structures.
2019 Conservation Farmer of the Year Jarad Weber is deeply invested in his land. It's his livelihood, and he wants to keep the soil where it belongs.
Manure is a source of nitrogen for fertilizer, and you might be surprised to learn just how valuable it is. Are claims that Iowa has too much manure overblown?