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Agribusiness Report Oct. 20

ON JANUARY 1, CALIFORNIA WILL BAN SOME TYPES OF SHELL EGGS, AND THAT INCLUDES A LOT OF IOWA EGGS.

IN THE CONTROVERSIAL CASE, IF SHELL EGGS ARE NOT PRODUCED UNDER CALIFORNIA’S GUIDELINES.. THEY ARE BANNED.

PRODUCERS IN STATES LIKE IOWA ...Read More

Appeals court revives Syngenta, Bunge GMO lawsuit

Appeals court revives Syngenta, Bunge GMO lawsuit

DES MOINES (AP) — A federal appeals court has given agricultural chemical maker Syngenta Seeds hope that it may be able to proceed with a lawsuit against grain storage and transportation company Bunge North America for refusing to accept one of Sy ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 17

FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS ARE BECOMING WORRIED ABOUT JUST HOW MUCH THEIR FARMS ARE WORTH WITH COMMODITY PRICES GOING DOWN.

BUT THE DOWNTURN IN CROP PRICES DOESN’T NECESSARILY MEAN A BIG DROP IN LAND PRICES.

AGRIBUSINESS REPORTER BRANDON ...Read More

Layoffs begin, Deere workers in Waterloo have to decide what’s next

WATERLOO — Hundreds of John Deere workers in Waterloo have some decisions to make. They have to literally decide what to do next.

Back in August, Deere announced 460 layoffs at the various plants in Waterloo. The job cuts announced then foll ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 16

IOWA IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST AGRICULTURE STATES IN THE COUNTRY.. SO IT WOULD MAKE SENSE THAT IT WOULD HAVE GOOD AGRICULTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.

AT IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY.. THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HAS A 97 TO 98 PERCENT PLACEMENT RATE BY SI ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 15

THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IS REQUESTING PRE-APPLICANTS FOR TARGETED WATERSHED DEMONSTRATIONS FOCUSED ON WATER QUALITY.

THE DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 17 TO SUBMIT.

IOWA SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE NORTHEY SAYS THE NEW PROJECTS WILL BUI ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 14

FARMERS WANTING TO PLANT COVER CROPS LATER IN THE SEASON HAVE AN EXTENSION ON A COST SHARE PROGRAM.

IOWA SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE BILL NORTHEY ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY THAT FARMER’S HAVE UNTIL THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER TO GET ASSISTANCE WITH COVER CR ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 13

THIS YEAR FARMERS HAD A TOUGH GROWING SEASON.. COOL.. WET WEATHER STUNTED EARLY GROWTH AND SOME PARTS OF IOWA HAD HAIL DAMAGE.

DENNY FRIEST FARMS IN HARDIN COUNTY IN CENTRAL IOWA; HE SAYS HE TOOK SOME WEATHER DAMAGE IN THE MIDDLE OF SUMMER, ...Read More

Pig farms rebound from virus; meat prices may drop

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Pork prices hit record highs this summer as farmers weren’t able to feed the demand - mostly because a virus had killed millions of their baby pigs.

There is good news for pork lovers in the latest U.S. Department of ...Read More

Agribusiness Report Oct. 10

HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE FORECAST FOR MUCH OF THE CORN BELT AT THE END OF THIS WEEK... A FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL STRETCH ACROSS THE PLAINS..BRINGING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

FOR IOWA THE STATEWIDE FORECAST IS SET TO CLEAR THROUGH SATURDAY, WITH ...Read More

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