ESSEX — Justin Dammann remembers last year’s spike in propane prices well.
MASONVILLE — An interest in finding ways to use precision agriculture has led one Eastern Iowa farmer to become a farmer director for the Iowa Soybean Association.
Officials are working to prevent a propane shortage this winter.
SIOUX CITY — After an 11-year dry spell, the Missouri River finally brought a shipping barge into Sioux City on July 16.
DES MOINES (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court recently upheld water-quality regulations business and farm groups say are costly and burdensome.
HONEY CREEK — Farm roots run deep. In the case of Kim Nelson and his family, that meant uprooting what they planted in New Mexico.
TRIPOLI — It’s a perfect day for weeding on the Genuine Faux organic farm, sunny and cool with soils finally drying out after recent rains.
Despite the risks, the hard work and those monster land prices recently, small farms can find new directions to grow their business.
More Iowa farm ground may be owned by corporations, but Ryan Drollette believes that number is misleading.
ANKENY — “Bridging the Gap, It’s Everyone’s Ag” is the theme of the July 29 Iowa Women in Agriculture Conference at the FFA Enrichment Center here.