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Farm Bureau survey shows cost of turkey lowest in 10 years


This year’s Thanksgiving menu results in a 4 percent price decrease overall from 2019.

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation statement on congressional efforts to eliminate combustion engine


This legislation would spell disaster for Iowa farmers, the Iowa biofuels industry, rural Iowans and their communities.

Iowa Farm Bureau teams up with Iowa Hawkeyes to provide fans an 'ANF Homegate Giveaway'


Even though Iowa Hawkeye fans are not able to be in Kinnick stadium this year, the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) is bringing the sights, sounds and tastes of game day to fans through the virtual ANF Homegate Giveaway contest. Fans have a chance to win weekly prizes and a grand prize package valued at $1,000.

Iowa Farm Bureau's Health Benefit Plan announces base rate reduction for subscribers


The Farm Bureau Health Plan offers comprehensive benefits and preventive care, in addition to a broad provider network, and is administered by Wellmark Administrators, Inc.

Ringgold County design company presented Iowa Farm Bureau's Renew Rural Iowa Entrepreneur Award for global designs nestled in hometown


Realizing they often did not have face-to-face interaction with their coastal clients gave Podium Ink co-founders the inspiration and freedom they needed to build their own business back home.

Iowa Farm Bureau Federation statement on second round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) aid


“Many sectors of the economy have struggled through the global pandemic, and agriculture is no exception, with many farm families feeling the hardship and fighting to keep their farms sustainable. Many farmers were left out of the initial round of CFAP aid, which expired last week, so the recent announcement of a second round of assistance is welcomed news."