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Iowa Farm Bureau and University of Iowa Athletics Team Up for ANF Celebration and Game on Sept. 22

9/18/2018

Former Hawkeye standout and 10-Year NFL star Aaron Kampman has been named this year’s ANF Wall of Honor inductee.

Naig encourages Iowa schools to participate in Iowa Local Food Day celebration on Oct. 11

9/17/2018

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig today encouraged Iowa schools to participate in Iowa Local Food Day on Oct. 11 by serving two or more dishes of Iowa grown or raised foods.

ISU feed mill plans right on track

9/17/2018

The educational and research facility is expected to be completed by harvest 2020.

Poultry project slated for ISU

9/17/2018

Iowa State University (ISU) recently broke ground on a new poultry complex, which will replace aging facilities at the university.

ISU leading effort on antimicrobial resistance

9/17/2018

One Health approach will work to reduce or prevent antimicrobial resistance in people, animals and the environment.

Iowa State Farm Strong squad named named

9/10/2018

Sixteen Iowa State student-athletes have been named to the 2018-2019 Farm Strong Squad

Project launched to start farm-urban dialogue

9/4/2018

Story County farm will show the variability in Iowa farming and demonstrate practices farmers are using to improve soil health and water quality.

Apple farm book to debut

8/28/2018

The Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation has received a Cultural Heritage Project Grant from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs.

Supporting Iowa's youth: IHSAA, Iowa Farm Bureau add concussion insurance for 2018-19

8/28/2018

Iowa Farm Bureau sponsors HeadStrong Concussion Insurance for every IHSAA athlete.

Keeping kids safe online

8/28/2018

Parents should set limits and encourage open communication to protect children from online dangers.

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