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Bringing back the pigs

7/16/2018

Project brings 4-H swine show back to life at western Iowa county fair.

Walmart stores will showcase program to teach conservation

7/16/2018

Walmart stores in Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska will showcase Farming for the Future

Regents approve ISU plans  for $21.2 million feed mill

7/9/2018

Iowa State University (ISU) is moving forward with planning for a $21.2 million feed mill and grain science complex

Making a positive difference

6/26/2018

In its first century of serving farmers and rural communities, Farm Bureau has been a key driver in improving Iowa agriculture, our state’s economy, the environment and education to make Iowa a better place for all Iowans.

 A Proud History of Progress

6/26/2018

As a Farm Bureau member, you belong to an organization of Iowans working to create a vibrant future for our families, our communities and agriculture.

Nurturing Dreams

6/26/2018

A century of Supporting Iowa’s Future: our youth

Dairy checkoff helps educate, grow dairy market

6/18/2018

Partnerships with restaurants are helping to grow the demand for U.S. milk

Extending agricultural knowledge

6/11/2018

Siouxland Ag in the Classroom program earns a nationwide grant to continue its work to bring ag education to teachers and students.

FFA members are interested in raising livestock

6/11/2018

n a recent survey of Iowa FFA members, 66 percent of students indicated they plan to farm after completing their education with 92 percent of those students interested in raising livestock or a combination of livestock with crops.

What’s on your ag summer bucket list?

6/7/2018

While a trip to a waterpark or a ball game is likely on your family’s summer bucket list, it’s also a perfect time of year to embark on hands-on learning about Iowa agriculture.

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