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Project brings 4-H swine show back to life at western Iowa county fair.
Walmart stores in Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska will showcase Farming for the Future
Iowa State University (ISU) is moving forward with planning for a $21.2 million feed mill and grain science complex
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Partnerships with restaurants are helping to grow the demand for U.S. milk
Siouxland Ag in the Classroom program earns a nationwide grant to continue its work to bring ag education to teachers and students.
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.
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.