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Agribusiness Report Jan. 30

Typically farmers have two ways to sell their food locally: directly, through farmers markets, roadside stands and farm stores, or by way of inter-mediated market channels, like grocers, restaurants and schools.

In 2012, local foods around t ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 29

The sustainable Iowa land trust or silt launched in Des Moines, with a goal of keeping more of Iowa’s land in local food production.

The idea behind silt is for landowners to donate their own acres to the trust, which will then keep i ...Read More

Fertilizer plant in Lee County slated to open late 2015

Fertilizer plant in Lee County slated to open late 2015

WEVER (AP) — A $1.9 billion fertilizer plant in southeastern Iowa is expected to begin production later this year.

In a project update released this week, Iowa Fertilizer Co. says plant construction should be complete by August, with ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 28

On January 27 in Altoona, the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association held its ninth annual Iowa renewable fuels summit.

One purpose of the summit is to look at the year ahead.

For 2015, that means both optimism and uncertainty.

That&# ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 27

As record crop production stresses america`s aging infrastructure, water quality and accessibility has become a priority for the US Department of Agriculture.

Last week in Washington, vice president Joe Biden commended USDA for efforts to im ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 26

With the agriculture act of 2014, producers now face one of the most important decisions they’ll make in the next five years.

The agricultural risk coverage program or arc... And the price loss coverage program or PLC are both new el ...Read More

High beef prices likely to stay as demand increases

High beef prices likely to stay as demand increases

LUBBOCK (AP) — Agricultural experts say high beef prices are here to stay for a while as recent drought conditions in Texas and around the country have reduced the nation’s cattle supply to its lowest numbers in more than 50 years....Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan, 23

New legislation might make it easier for bankrupt farmers to reorganize finances.

In a bill introduced on Tuesday by Iowa senator Chuck Grassley and Minnesota senator Al Franken in the family farmer bankruptcy clarification act of 2015, fami ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 22

In his State of the Union address, President Obama reiterated his position that the Cold War-era Cuban trade and travel embargo be dissolved.

IFB Research and Commodity Services director Dave Miller says Iowa stands to gain substantially if ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Jan. 21

Mingo farmer Larry Cleverley has been a fixture at the farmers’ market in Des Moines for 19 years, but his future is a little less clear.

Cleverley’s organic produce farm sits on a one-mile stretch of road between two intersect ...Read More

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