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A push to pass trade pact

7/22/2019

Iowa Farm Bureau leaders urge lawmakers to focus on swift approval of proposed trade deal with Mexico and Canada during Capitol Hill visit

Rough road ahead for China deal

7/22/2019

China and the United States both want a deal, but many issues divide the two sides, a trade expert says.

IDALS and the Iowa State Fair implement rules for swine biosecurity to guard against disease

7/22/2019

To promote biosecurity and animal health as African swine fever (ASF) continues to spread across China and other parts of Asia

Severe storms damage Iowa crops

7/22/2019

Extremely hot temperatures also take a toll on Iowa livestock.

Farm families weighed down by stress

7/22/2019

Social support from family members, friends and neighbors can help alleviate symptoms of depression.

‘Stop the Bleed’ training offered at Iowa State Fair

7/22/2019

All too often, it’s a spouse, child or family member who is the first to respond when someone is gravely injured and must wait for an EMS unit

Tech helping feed future generations

7/22/2019

Technologies like blockchain enable food companies to collect information that benefits consumers and farmers.

U.S. cattle inventory up 2% in July

7/22/2019

USDA Cattle on Feed report shows highest July numbers ever.

Hay Auctions - July 24, 2019

7/22/2019

Hay Auctions - July 24, 2019

Managing farm stress

7/18/2019

When the stress is too much, the thinking too negative, and the workload too high...how can a person cope? This session reviewed why farm stress is unique, how it impacts functioning, and how to implement stress reducing hands-on strategies.

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