Members of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF), the state’s largest grassroots farm organization, applauded the passage of Senate File 512 in the Iowa House of Representatives.
It’s no secret our family is cheese fans, and we are not alone as 100 percent of Iowans say their households also eat cheese!
When I say Farm Bureau took my career to great heights, I literally mean it...
Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) voting delegates joined delegates representing all 50 state Farm Bureaus this week in Nashville during the 99th American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Annual Convention to approve resolutions that will guide the grassroots organization on national policy throughout 2018.
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Members of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF), Iowa’s largest grassroots farm organization, plan to focus their 2018 legislative lobbying strength on issues that stand to impact all Iowans, mainly securing long-term, dedicated state funding to support Iowans’ successful efforts to improve water quality and conserve soil, and measures which will protect taxpayers.
Hey, Farm Bureau members. We need your help!
Iowa’s livestock farmers are always “on-call” to to keep their animals healthy and comfortable, even during the worst of conditions.
Today's responsible livestock farmers, like Carroll County young farmer Ben Klocke, are always looking for better ways to raise animals.
College basketball fans everywhere are celebrating the stretch run towards the tournament in March, and the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) and Iowa State University (ISU) Athletics are announcing a special opportunity for fans to witness ISU’s entire run through the conference tournament – and more – by entering to win the “Hilton South” Farm Strong® Challenge.