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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.

Survey: Iowans love their meat

11/30/2017

Nearly all Iowa households eat meat, and their meat purchase decisions are driven primarily by freshness, price and taste more than how or where the meat or poultry was raised, according to the latest Iowa Farm Bureau Food & Farm Index®, which was released last month.

Video: Have livestock care questions? Iowa Farm Animal Care has answers

11/30/2017

The Iowa Farm Animal Care Coalition was created to answer the questions farmers and consumers have about livestock care.

Question: How do I enjoy my favorite holiday foods without derailing my New Year’s resolution to eat healthier?

11/30/2017

The holidays are a beautiful, blessed, glorious time filled with delicious food, family gatherings, thoughtful shopping — and stress.

Recipe: Cranberry Eggnog Muffins

11/30/2017

Submitted by Karen Harrington, Plymouth County Farm Bureau

How do you like them apples?

10/5/2017

My 1-year-old daughter is on the verge of what her doctor calls a “language explosion.” Every day it seems she learns a new word. Last week, her favorite word was “apple” after we visited a local orchard to sample this year’s crop.

Is your food “natural”?

10/5/2017

When you’re shopping at the grocery store, you will likely find many foods nowadays labeled “natural,” “simply” or “honest” to capture your attention while speeding through the aisles.

Conquer Iowa’s Tenderloin Trial

10/5/2017

It’s pork month, and it’s time to hit the Tenderloin Trail. Fourteen establishments and 14 delectable pieces of pork — all yours for the sampling — and a T-shirt at the end to boot.

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