PEOSTA — U.S. farmers labor every day in one of the world's most-dangerous occupations.
Iowa’s Center for Agricultural Safety and Health continues to help farmers stay alive and well. We have a lot to be proud of when it comes to Iowa agriculture.
WEST DES MOINES — Conservation, property rights and energy issues were among the subjects discussed by Iowa Farm Bureau Federation delegates during this past week’s annual policy conference here.
Fargo, N.D., not Decatur, Ill., is going to be the home of the new National Agricultural Genotyping Center.
PAULLINA — Bruce Rohwer is following in the family history of farming and education. He has combined those to become a commodity group leader.
There is something almost serene about a tractor kicking up dust on a gravel road in the fall, surrounded by crops to the side and blue sky above.
AUDUBON — Eric Trager loves the farm. He just doesn’t make his living from it.
KNOXVILLE — Three sisters are sharing the 2014 Farmland Owner Award, granted annually by Practical Farmers of Iowa.
DES MOINES (AP) — A Chinese woman charged as part of what federal prosecutors say was a conspiracy to steal trade secrets from U.S. seed corn companies is seeking to have her case separated from her brother’s and wants a trial held as quickly as possible.
With dignitaries including city officials, the governor of Iowa and a European monarch, more than 2,000 people watched Sept. 3 as baling wire was cut to signify the grand opening of the state’s first commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant.