- Iowa House Passes Corn Checkoff Bill, Now It Goes To Senate
This legislation, which proposes to raise the cap on the statewide checkoff, now moves to the Senate for debate.
- Iowa's 2014 Farm Custom Rate Survey Now Available
Iowa State University Extension annual statewide survey of custom rates shows slight increases for 2014.
- Iowa's Wallace House Is Offering "Food For Thought"
If you're interested in locally-sourced meals and discussion about food, reserve a date and plan to attend.
- Iowa Joins Lawsuit Opposing California Egg Production Law
Gov. Branstad says California law discriminates against Iowa egg producers and is unconstitutional.
- Stress Emergence Ratings Differentiate Corn Hybrids
Early planting and crop residue set stage for planting in cool soils; here are tips to help improve corn emergence.
- Iowa Cattlemen's Association Announces 2014 Bull Sales
ICA will hold its first two performance-tested bull sales of the season on March 17 in Bloomfield and March 28 in Dunlap.
- Upheaval In Ukraine Could Affect Corn, Soybean Markets
A prolonged crisis in Ukraine could roil grain markets across the globe, says Iowa State University grain marketing economist.
- Maximize Ears Per Acre For Highest Corn Yields
Plant population is key yield driver, but what's the right seeding rate for your fields?
- WANTED: Gardeners To Help Reduce Food Insecurity Across Iowa
"Cultivate Iowa" promotes healthier communities through food gardening, and produce donation.
- Iowa Corn Grower Resolutions Accepted At Commodity Classic
Iowa Corn Growers Association's proposed resolutions were debated and six were accepted by NCGA.