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News Releases Read news and announcements from Iowa Farm Bureau.

News Releases

Read news and announcements from Iowa Farm Bureau. If you are a reporter and want more information on today’s farming or what Iowa Farm Bureau is doing, check out our media resources.

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Iowa Farm Bureau highlights importance of addressing stress and available resources

5/11/2021

While stress can move people toward positive change and action, when it crosses the line of impacting decision-making, relationships and physical health, it needs to be addressed.

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation statement on the Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful report, known as 30x30

5/6/2021

“While IFBF appreciates that the Biden Administration’s Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful Report (30x30) acknowledges concerns raised by agriculture, the specific details are lacking."

Iowa Farm Bureau scholarship winners represent next generation of agriculture leaders

4/29/2021

Agriculture is an industry that tackles challenges like increased productivity to meet the demands of a growing population, while also protecting the natural environment through innovation.

Soil health data business earns Iowa Farm Bureau's Renew Rural Iowa Entrepreneur Award for promoting global sustainability

4/16/2021

Continuum Ag has turned data lurking beneath a farm ground’s surface into practical decision-making tools to help farmers improve their land, increase productivity and protect the environment.

Win a fiesta party with ISU Coach Matt Campbell through Iowa Farm Bureau’s Farm Strong® Fiesta Giveaway

4/8/2021

To enter, contestants will take a three-question, multiple-choice quiz to learn about the nutritional value of animal protein, the care farmers provide their animals and the sustainable methods used on Iowa farms today.

Iowa Farm Bureau hosts niche market webinar on high tunnel and produce production

4/7/2021

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) is hosting a market niche webinar, “Introduction to High Tunnel and Produce Production,” on Tuesday, April 13, at 1 p.m.

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