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Caelan Engelbrecht was crowned the 2021 Scott County Pork Queen on Sunday, May 23. more
A ransomware attack on the world’s largest meatpacking company last week drew attention to the need for more cybersecurity in agriculture. more
Most farmers in Iowa are seeing a significant increase in what they pay for land rents this year, according to a recent survey conducted by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. more
It’s an old adage and a play on words, but there’s no denying that Park View resident Scott Madden is “outstanding in his field.” more
“We see a future. We’re all in.” more
“Hemp in Iowa has endless possibilities.” more
It’s a time for new beginnings for Bryce and Julia Flaherty. more
The Scott County Pork Producers are looking for individuals to run for Scott County Pork Queen and Pork Ambassador. more
The National Weather Service  intends to drop the "advisory" and "watch" hazard alerts and replace them with clearer terms. more
Ten North Scott FFA members attended a legislative symposium and met with eight legislators from Scott County: Reps. Monica Kurth, Gary Mohr, Norlin Mommsen, Ross Paustian, and Cindy Winckler and Sens. Chris Cournoyer, Mark Lofgren, and Roby Smith. more
Scott County is among 89 Iowa counties that committed another year to using the Iowa Department of Natural Resources master matrix to permit some confined livestock feeding operations. more
Two Scott County women urged supervisors to seek more control over livestock confined feeding operations. Kay Pence, of Eldridge, and Claudia Reyes-Fry, of Davenport, presented data Feb. 2 on … more
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