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A “report” says avoid non-organic spinach—should you?

4/17/2018

Spinach is a superfood packed with nutrients. Eat up!

Aluma Trailers presented Iowa Farm Bureau's Renew Rural Iowa Entrepreneur Award for success and growth

4/16/2018

Every entrepreneur dreams of expanding their business and growing the workforce, but few businesses have realized that dream like Aluma Trailers of Bancroft.

Iowa Farm Bureau appoints Joe Johnson new Executive Director

4/4/2018

The state’s largest grassroots organization, the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF), today announced that Joe Johnson has been named the new executive director and secretary-treasurer of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation.

It’s no surprise why Winneshiek County ranks #22 in the U.S. for healthiest community

4/3/2018

See why this designation is a testament to agriculture.

Iowa Farm Bureau applauds passage of Senate File 2349 to help thousands of Iowans lacking affordable health care

4/2/2018

According to recent reports from the Iowa Insurance Division, more than 20,000 Iowans could not afford to keep their health care coverage in 2018 because they don’t qualify for Affordable Care Act (ACA) subsidies.

Agriculture supports choices—and pregnancy diets!

3/29/2018

There’s so many things to think about when you’re expecting your first baby, but I’ve promised myself not to drive myself too crazy over food.

Monarch conservation takes flight in Iowa

3/26/2018

A collaborative effort called the Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium is working to increase the habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators in the state.

You don’t farm, so why should agriculture and Farm Bureau matter to you?

3/20/2018

Yes, farming and an organization that supports farmers probably don’t matter to you in the same way they mattered to your great-grandparents. But they do matter, differently (and just the same).

Is there a Russian accent to the opposition to GMOs?

3/7/2018

The protests by activists against foods made with genetically-modified or GMO crop have always been a bit of a mystery to me. Why are activists so adamantly against crops developed through genetic modification which are proven to provide true benefits to consumers and the planet?

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