Agriculture
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The first Iowa farmland sold with conservation commitments may set a precedent that extends no-till, cover crop and other land management practices forever. more
$16,900 per acre was too rich for the VenHorst family. more
If you’ve ever been stopped at the intersection of LeClaire and Utica Ridge roads east of Eldridge, chances are you’ve seen the beautiful animals grazing in the northeast pasture. more
Farmers, farmer advisors and the general public are invited to attend the Iowa State University Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm’s fall field day on Thursday, Sept. 9 beginning at 1:30 p.m. more
Sunday is always a melancholy day. The crowds are smaller, the judging is complete, and the only thing on the 4-H agenda is the big Ribbon Sale. more
Well, that was something different. And personally, much appreciated. In what is surely a sign of the times, something very political, and personal, played out in the 4-H Rabbit Show today. more
Talk about keeping it all it the family. more
In a way, it was just like old home week today. Talk about a lot of familiar faces. While there were way too many to call out individually, it seemed like everywhere I turned I saw a former 4-H’er. more
The competition was good. The weather was fantastic, and the kids were their usual awesome selves. Why then, did it seem like such a melancholy day on the grounds today? more
If I’ve said or typed it once, I’ve probably done it, oh, maybe 35 times before. There’s certainly nothing like Opening Day at the Great Mississippi Valley Fair. more
Has it really been two years since we last got together on the grounds of the Great Mississippi Valley Fair? more
Industry officials are optimistic that state lawmakers next year will approve a measure requiring retailers to sell higher blends of biofuels. more
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