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Let’s beef up for the Big Game

1/29/2018

Are you ready for some football – and a plate full of buffalo wings? I’m already planning my Super Bowl menu, although I’m not sure if I have the talent to make a giant snackadium.

The best care for farm animals

1/29/2018

It’s cold and flu season here in Iowa, and many of us will need to take antibiotics to fight off bronchitis or sinus and ear infections. Farm animals also get sick sometimes.

Beef: It’s what’s healthy for dinner

1/29/2018

To achieve your healthy-eating goals, it’s important to include foods that you enjoy in your diet, says Rochelle Gilman, a registered dietitian with the Iowa Beef Industry Council.

Make a game plan for Super Bowl food safety

1/29/2018

If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party this year and planning to score points with your famous chili recipe, don’t get a penalty for ignoring food safety.

Video: Livestock farmers go to great lengths for animal care

1/29/2018

Today's responsible livestock farmers, like Carroll County young farmer Ben Klocke, are always looking for better ways to raise animals.

Question: Should I worry about antibiotic residues in the meat I buy at the grocery store?

1/29/2018

Food safety remains a top priority for everyone involved in raising farm animals - from the farmer to the veterinarian, said Dr. Steve Larsen, a veterinarian and assistant vice president of science and technology with the National Pork Board based in Clive.

Recipe: Beef jerky trail mix

1/29/2018

Combine any combination of the following ingredients in a snack-size plastic bag: bite-size beef jerky pieces, peanuts (honey & lightly salted dry roasted), pecan pieces, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, golden raisins and semi-sweet chocolate chunks.

What’s on your holiday table?

11/30/2017

I get a kick out of hearing what other Iowa families serve at their holiday tables each year.

Wind, sleet or snow: Farm animal care never stops

11/30/2017

The winters in northern Iowa can bring miserable weather for people and animals alike — gusty winds, blowing snow and freezing temperatures.

Is the Christmas ham done?

11/30/2017

If you’re hosting Christmas dinner this year, you don’t have to go it alone if you run into a last-minute cooking dilemma.

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