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Wartburg hands-on science teaching system offered to schools across Iowa

4/19/2021

Elementary and high school students all over Iowa will have a chance for hands-on lessons in animal agriculture and agronomics thanks to a system developed by professor Michael Bechtel and students at Wartburg College.

House yet to act on mental health funding

4/19/2021

There is still no agreement on tax policy between the two chambers of the Iowa Legislature,

Heading off anti-meat policies

4/19/2021

Ernst measure would prohibit federal agencies from promoting policies to reduce meat eating.

ISU to build new turkey teaching, research center

4/19/2021

Iowa State University’s (ISU) Department of Animal Science has received commitments of more than $2 million in private donations for a new Turkey Teaching and Research Facility to be constructed south of campus.

China’s meat demand surges

4/19/2021

Meat imports likely set a new record high in March, beating last year’s numbers by 11%.

Hay auctions

4/19/2021

Hay auctions

Cash Strategist

4/19/2021

Commodity Stocks Tight, But Adequate

Pet imports cause Livestock disease concerns

4/19/2021

The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is encouraging federal officials to increase surveillance

ISU Meat Lab steps up to help Iowans in crisis

4/12/2021

Lab helped farmers with market ready animals and Iowa food banks during the pandemic.

Farm Bureau's Farm Strong Fiesta  Giveaway to promote value of real meat

4/12/2021

To promote the value of real meat, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) is giving away a Farm Strong® Fiesta party pack.

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