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Iowa Farm Bureau scholarship winners represent future agriculture leaders


With one in five Iowa jobs tied to agriculture, there are many agriculture-based careers for Iowa students to pursue.

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation serves as 2017 Premier Statewide Partner for Special Olympics Iowa


Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) has been a long-time donor of Special Olympics Iowa (SOIA) and are proud to strengthen this partnership by serving as a 2017 Premier Statewide Partner.

Hoover's Hatchery of Floyd County honored with Iowa Farm Bureau's 'Renew Rural Iowa Entrepreneur Award'


With roots in north central Iowa dating back to 1944, Hoover’s Hatchery is a well-recognized and highly respected business success story for the family-owned hatchery in Rudd.

'America Needs Farmers' (ANF) celebrates Hawkeyes' West Des Moines Spring Practice with $32,000 donation to Iowa Food Banks


The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) and University of Iowa Athletic Department’s America Needs Farmer’s (ANF) initiative is announcing a donation of $32,250 to the Iowa Food Bank Association, which will be presented on-field during the annual Hawkeyes Spring Practice at Valley High School in West Des Moines.

Iowa Farm Bureau's Renew Rural Iowa program partners with Iowa State University Research Park's Ag Startup Engine


Iowa Farm Bureau’s Renew Rural Iowa (RRIA), a statewide economic development initiative done in partnership with Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Iowa, Iowa Agriculture Finance Corp., and CIPCO, has teamed up with the Ag Startup Engine (ASE) at the Iowa State University (ISU) Research Park to bring education, mentoring, and financing resources to young Iowa entrepreneurs.

Iowa Farm Bureau perspective on dismissal of DMWW lawsuit


Iowa Farm Bureau members are pleased that continued, measurable conservation progress can continue, without the distraction of litigation.