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Letters from readers

August 10, 2018 To the editor: I for one could not help but notice that an opinionist in the July 20th Farm News admitted on two different occasions that his advice was “not worth much” as he berated the Farm News... more »»

Letters from readers

August 10, 2018 To the editor: Thank you for the weekly Kruse article. I turn to it first for current events affecting Iowa. more »»

Letters from readers

July 27, 2018 To the editor: The letter from Jerry Crew published in the July 20 edition of Farm News very accurately pointed out a dichotomy between the political views of your readers and the political views o... more »»

Letters from readers

July 20, 2018 To the editor: The June 29 Farm News Opinion section was dominated by Frick and Frack (better known as Alan Guebert and David Kruse) who are well-known Trump Haters (“TH. more »»

Letters from readers

July 16, 2018 To the editor: As a retired farmer i have watched farmers use their labor and mental skills, employ updated or new technologies plant their crops and repeat those actions at harvest time. more »»

Letters from readers

June 22, 2018 To the editor: The front page of FN “Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy turns five” and the front page headlines of EVERY Iowa agricultural publication, including the “Newspaper Iowa Depends on,”... more »»

Letters from readers

May 18, 2018 To the editor: This is a potpourri of comments from articles appearing in April 20th and 27th editions of FN. more »»

Letters from readers

April 20, 2018 To the editor, The last issue of Farm News contained an article by Dr. Gene Tackle (self proclaimed expert on benefits of wind turbines) who praised wind turbines because they increased (?) yields. more »»

Letters from readers

March 9, 2018 To the editor: The “special ‘’edition (progress agriculture) in the Feb. more »»

Letters from readers

October 27, 2017 To the editor: I sometimes wonder if the syndicated columnist Alan Guebert (”Taking a knee” Oct. more »»

Letters from readers

October 20, 2017 To the Editor: Fall is the time to answer the question whether underground infrastructures such as cables, pipelines and etc., affect the productivity of farmland. more »»

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October 13, 2017 To the editor, October is Cooperative Month. Iowa’s farm and grain supply cooperatives employ nearly 6,500 Iowans across the state. These farmer-owned businesses account for $11. more »»

Letters from readers

August 18, 2017 To the editor, I’m so glad that Alan Guebert brought up rule breaking in his column, “Rules for fools,” in the August 4 Farm News. Lets take a look at rules. more »»

Letters from readers

July 28, 2017 o the editor: What a pleasure to read a civil reply to Jerry Crew’s letter about Alan Guebert’s opinions on the Paris Accords (Farm News, July 14). more »»

Letters from readers

July 28, 2017 To the editor: Concerning “Eminent Domain” The Number One question is: Can a Department of the State of Iowa grant the State of Iowa’s power of “Eminent Domain” to a Private for Profit Company to us... more »»

Letters from readers

July 14, 2017 To the editor: As a response to Jerry Crew’s letter from June 30 edition, I should first of all admit I am not an expert on climatology, nor a theologian with any insight on God. more »»

Letters from readers

June 30, 2017 To the editor: The ever-snarky Alan Guebert was at his absolute best (worst) in his response to President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris treaty on global climate chang. more »»

Letter to the Editor

June 16, 2017 To the editor: The Iowa Farm Bureau, the Iowa Soybean Association and the Iowa Corn Growers all have a policy against giving power of Eminent Domain to private for profit companies, against private... more »»

Letter to the Editor

June 1, 2017 To the editor: The April 21st edition of Farm News featured two letters written by Iowa CCI members Rosie Partridge and Larry Ginter. more »»

Are you on track?

May 5, 2017 By Steve Suther Biology says it takes two years from the day you breed cows till their calves can be harvested for beef or join the breeding herd to calve as two-year-olds. more »»

 
 

 

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