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Our Town Oelwein: FFA teaches students about agriculture

OELWEIN — Allison Winters is one of dozens who helped plant crops behind her high school in Our Town Oelwein.

“We come in. We lay the tarp down. We put the dirt down and we dig the holes the plant then grow in,” she told ...Read More

Agribusiness Report July 6

on Thursday, Governor Branstad signed $9.6 million in support for the Iowa water quality initiative in the next fiscal year.

That amount is made up of 5.2 million dollars from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund and 4.4 million dollars fro ...Read More

Agribusiness Report July 2

Flooding on the Des Moines River is affecting this year`s crop.

On Monday afternoon, farmer Corey Goodhue was standing in a cornfield near Carlisle in central Iowa. Behind him and drowning in several inches of water were acres of corn that, ...Read More

Federal government will monitor wild birds for bird flu

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The federal government announced plans Thursday to step up monitoring wild birds for avian influenza this fall to provide an early warning of any resurgence of a disease that devastated poultry farms in the Upper Midwest.

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Record U.S. soybean crop planted

The nation’s farmers have planted a record soybean crop while reducing corn acreage by 2 percent from last year.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Tuesday said a record 85.1 million acres of soybeans are in the ground, up 2 percen ...Read More

Agribusiness Report July 1

Two major reports were released on Wednesday by the USDA, including the grain stocks and acreage reports.

Corn is up 15% from a year ago and soybeans are up 54%. Those may sound like large increases, but the markets were expecting more. Do ...Read More

Midwest business conditions improve in June

Business conditions in Iowa and eight other states in the upper Midwest improved in June, according to a monthly survey of

supply managers.

Creighton University’s Mid-America Business Conditions Index, which ranges between 0 and ...Read More

Farmers may need crop loss payments

CEDAR RAPIDS — Severe weather conditions in the week that ended Sunday sharply reduced the number of days Iowa farmers had for planting their remaining corn and soybean acres and other field activities.

The statewide average precipita ...Read More

Agribusiness Report for Tuesday, June 30

Deep green fields in Iowa are a good indicator the crop’s going along nicely. However, this year there are a few discolored strips. The reason for that is compaction.

Iowa State University Extension agronomist Mark Johnson says the co ...Read More

Ex-Iowa egg farm manager avoids jail in 2010 salmonella outbreak

SIOUX CITY (AP) — A former Iowa egg farm manager will avoid jail time after cooperating with investigators in a criminal prosecution stemming from a 2010 salmonella outbreak.

U.S. District Judge Mark Bennett sentenced Tony Wasmund to ...Read More

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