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 are getting creative to address a growing environmental problem.
Thanks to collaboration and guidance from experts at Iowa State University, Iowa's farmers have been restoring wetlands, nature's nitrate filters, for generations. See how it's making a difference for water quality.
See how the Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council is bringing together partners to provide farmers with conservation expertise and measure progress.
Today's innovative farmers use science and technology to strive for balance when applying fertilizer. By sampling soil and obtaining GPS maps of their land, Iowa farmers are able to spoon-feed their plants the appropriate amount of fertilizer, which is better for their business and better for the environment.
One conservation method Iowa livestock farmers utilize is keeping their animals under roof during extreme weather months. Find out why this is just another way in which Iowa's responsible farmers care for our state's land and water.
Just as people consult a doctor when safeguarding their health, farmers work closely with their veterinarians to keep their animals healthy.