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Economist: Farmers must keep up pressure to boost trade

7/24/2017

It's critical for farmers and others involved in American agriculture to strongly emphasize the importance of trade as the Trump administration works to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and rework other trade deals

Bacon sizzles as Americans make clear food choices

7/24/2017

I’ve been around long enough to know that food trends tend to run in cycles.

NAFTA rework must protect export gains for U.S. farmers

7/24/2017

North American Free Trade Ag­­reement (NAFTA) renegotiations need to protect valuable market gains for U.S. agriculture while addressing remaining challenges in our closest international markets,

U.S. cattle herd expanding, USDA says

7/24/2017

The latest cattle on feed report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) last week shows larger inventories of cattle in Iowa and in the United States.

Iowa Commodity Prices - July 26, 2017

7/24/2017

Iowa Commodity Prices - July 26, 2017

CME Class III Milk Futures - July 26, 2017

7/24/2017

CME Class III Milk Futures - July 26, 2017

Iowa Hay Auctions - July 26, 2017

7/24/2017

Iowa Hay Auctions - July 26, 2017

Cattle Farmers: Upcoming Learning Events

7/22/2017

A number of events are coming up of interest to Iowa cattle farmers.

Amish farmers square off against Big Organic in milk battle

7/21/2017

"This small town (Kalona) has become a landmark in the organic-farm movement, and it has nothing to do with foodies or hippies."

Unsettled trade, wild commodity markets and digital ag advancements top discussion at Iowa Farm Bureau Economic Summit in Ames

7/21/2017

Managing costs, staying ahead of wild market swings and finding efficiency through data mining were key issues experts addressed at Iowa Farm Bureau’s fifth annual Economic Summit held yesterday in Ames.

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