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Eugene Sukup, who founded Sukup Manufacturing Co., a leading maker of grain bins, grain dryers
A farmer’s voice makes all the difference in developing Iowa Farm Bureau policy.
FarmChem, a Floyd-based company launched in 1974, knows how to evolve with the times and succeed, earning them Iowa Farm Bureau’s Renew Rural Iowa (RRI) Entrepreneur winner.
This year marks a significant milestone: the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th anniversary of serving members and enriching Iowa’s communities.
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.
Farm Bureau has a rich history of supporting rural businesses and communities
Today, Iowa tops the United States in the production of pork and eggs, and is a national leader in production of other key products, including beef and milk.
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.