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Agribusiness Report May 14

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey announced funds are now prepared for farmers wanting to install nutrient reduction practices.

First-time users can apply for $25 an acre for cover crop, $10 an acre for no-till or strip till and $3 ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 13

More than 80 percent of Iowa`s corn crop has now been planted and 30 percent of soybeans are in the ground, according to Monday`s crop progress report.

And while progress is well ahead of the five-year average, it`s not necessarily an except ...Read More

US corn, soybean crops expected to decline from record 2014 yields

DES MOINES (AP) — The government says farmers are expected to grow 13.6 billion bushels of corn this year, which would be about a 4 percent decrease from last year’s record crop.

The estimate released Tuesday by the U.S. Depart ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 12

Across the state, this year, planting weather and field conditions have been just about perfect for farmers.

For the last week of April, Iowa producers planted more than half of the state`s corn acreage, the most during that week in more th ...Read More

Iowa reports bird flu on four more poultry farms

DES MOINES (AP) — Four more Iowa farms have tested positive for bird flu.

The Iowa Department of Agriculture says an egg-laying farm and a turkey farm in Buena Vista County bring to 15 the number of cases in that county in northwest I ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 11

On Thursday, the Iowa Department of Agriculture announced two more possible cases of avian influenza in Iowa on a commercial pullet farm in northwest Osceola County, and on a commercial turkey farm in Cherokee County, bringing the total number of ...Read More

Wet weather disrupts end of spring planting

CEDAR RAPIDS — Wet weather hindered spring planting during the week that ended Sunday, allowing weeds to get ahead of the sprayers as farmers were unable to get into the fields.

Eighty-three percent of the corn crop has been planted, ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 8

On Wednesday, Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley met with state poultry and egg industry leaders, to discuss the spread of avian influenza throughout Iowa`s layer flock.

According to the Iowa Department of Agriculture, as many as 20 million hens have ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 7

Jasper County farmer Rolland Schnell is working with the Iowa Soybean Association on a fungicide trial to test for yield increases.

In April, he got a shipment of seeds, which are part of a checkoff-funded trial underway by ISA`s on-farm ne ...Read More

Agribusiness Report May 6

At the start of the year, a private-public partnership awarded grants to watersheds around the state of Iowa.

The watershed improvement review board awarded a $1 million to seven projects who provided another $2.5 million.

“In l ...Read More

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