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Don’t be a wet hen: Practice good food safety habits at home

10/7/2019

One of my daughter’s favorite books to read before bedtime is titled “The Happy Book and Other Feelings.” There’s a character in the book named Wet Hen, who wears a shower cap and bath towel, and she’s always angry about being soaking wet.

Don’t wash your chicken!

10/7/2019

Get ready for a food safety pop quiz: Let’s say you’re planning to make chicken for dinner tonight.

Growing kids need real meat and dairy

10/7/2019

One of the biggest challenges for busy parents is trying to encourage kids to choose healthy, nutritious foods.

Iowans agree there’s no substitute for real meat

10/7/2019

For the sixth consecutive year, the Iowa Farm Bureau Food and Farm Index® finds that Iowans have a strong affinity for meat and dairy products with more than nine in 10 (99 percent) saying their households eat meat, eggs or dairy at least weekly.

Video: Innovation helps farmers build on conservation success

10/7/2019

2019 Conservation Farmer of the Year Jarad Weber is deeply invested in his land. It's his livelihood, and he wants to keep the soil where it belongs.

Question: Childhood obesity is on the rise. Should I limit meat and dairy from my child’s diet?

10/7/2019

Meat and dairy consumption isn’t linked to the rise in childhood obesity, says Ruth MacDonald with Iowa State University’s Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.

Recipe: Big Game Italian Pork Sandwiches

10/7/2019

From the Iowa Pork Producers Association (www.iowapork.org)

Kicking off football and the Iowa State Fair

8/1/2019

It’s hard to believe we’re only a few days away from the start of the Iowa State Fair, football season and the first day of school.

Dairy fat is back

8/1/2019

If you’re like most Iowans, you don’t leave the grocery store without a gallon of milk in your cart.

Go ahead, enjoy your Cheerios

8/1/2019

For many busy families, a favorite on-the-go healthy breakfast is whole grain cereal.

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