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Agribusiness Report: August 18

People living near animal farm operations have to deal with the smell, but some technology could cut back on the odors. One researcher says it’s an added cost and hopes it won’t have to be added to too many situations.

Today’s crop progress ...Read More

Dubuque Family Adopts 5 Hens

Dubuque Family Adopts 5 Hens

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — The Olson family of Dubuque welcomed five new members last week — Gavin, Red, Little Darling, Shade and Copper.

They mostly stay outside and eat bugs, the Dubuque Telegraph Herald reported.

Less than two weeks afte ...Read More

Agribusiness Report for Thursday, August 14, 2014

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - American agriculture stands to gain significantly from the ongoing multi-lateral trans-Pacific partnership trade deal.

But the deal has come under fire for perceived secrecy since the U.S. joined the negotiating table in ...Read More

USDA Estimates Large Soybean Crop & Record Corn Crop

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — The USDA released the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Tuesday.

The report estimates a large soybean crop this year of 3.8 billion bushels, or about 45.4 bushels per acre.

Corn production is forecast ...Read More

Cargill settles EPA dispute in Iowa, Nebraska

Cargill settles EPA dispute in Iowa, Nebraska

EDDYVILLE (AP) — Cargill Inc. has agreed to pay more than $187,000 to settle allegations that it violated the Clean Water Act at large oil storage facilities in Iowa and Nebraska.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 7 says the ...Read More

Crop condition good despite varied rainfall

Crop condition good despite varied rainfall

CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa’s corn and soybean crops are looking good despite wide variations of rainfall over the last week.

Some areas of Iowa had less than three days suitable for field work in the week that ended on Sunday, while others had more ...Read More

Agribusiness Report 8-8

DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa is known more for its corn than for its apples, but around a thousand acres are dedicated to orchards in the state. In 2013 more than seven million pounds of apples were picked in Iowa. That’s up from 2012 when only seven h ...Read More

Agribusiness Report: August

DES MOINES, Iowa - Drones are giving farmers a look from the sky at their fields, but the gadgets still have some regulatory hoops to fly through. Right now, regulations say commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles, like drones, are not legal. ...Read More

Agribusiness Report August 6

DES MOINES, Iowa - The newest crop report shows that farmers had six and a half days suitable for field work in the last week. They used that time for chemical application and hay cutting. The report also showed that 93 percent of the corn acreag ...Read More

Conservation Project Matching Funds Available

Conservation Project Matching Funds Available

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey says more than $6.75 million is available to help farmers and landowners prevent erosion and control field runoff through a state cost share program.

Farmers may qualify for ...Read More

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