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Reynolds, Gregg tour area ag facilities

October 13, 2017 By ADRI SIETSTRA asietstra@freeman STRATFORD — A Stratford winery caught the attention of Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds during the 2017 Iowa State Fair. more »»

Reynolds gets a VIP tour of Prestage site

October 13, 2017 By CHAD THOMPSON EAGLE GROVE — Gov. more »»

Ag Decision Maker features tool to help with corn storage

October 12, 2017 By KRISS NELSON Now that it’s the second week of October, producers are growing ever more anxious about bringing their crops in out of the fields. more »»

Pibal receives state 4-H project award

October 6, 2017 By KRISS NELSON ROCKWELL CITY — Chase Pibal has made 4-H a large part of his life since joining the organization when he was just 10 years old. more »»

Consider stalk rot and weed pressure this fall

October 6, 2017 By KRISS NELSON Harvest can mean more than bringing in this year’s crop. more »»

Quarterly stocks and small grain summary

October 6, 2017 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news. more »»

Hirschman touts 4-H success

October 6, 2017 By LAURA CARLSON LE MARS — When asked what he learned in 4-H Paul Hirschman responded with a smile. “4-H has made me who I am today,” he said. more »»

Forty Iowa youth begin new term on State 4-H Council

October 6, 2017 By KRISS NELSON AMES — Forty Iowa youth are beginning terms as State 4-H Council members. more »»

Food for thought

October 5, 2017 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo. more »»

It’s an ‘Ag-Citing’time

September 29, 2017 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news. more »»

On master matrix, Webster County supervisors still hope for change

September 29, 2017 By JOE SUTTER Webster County Supervisor Keith Dencklau has an idea to deal with the approval process for animal confinement sites. more »»

Expert: ‘Cover crops should be a normal, agronomic practice’

September 29, 2017 By KRISS NELSON EAGLE GROVE — The Boone River Watershed project, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy of Clarion, hosted a field day last Friday near Eagle Grove. more »»

Kossuth County farm family earns Heritage Farm distinction

September 29, 2017 By KRISS NELSON ALGONA — 160 acres in Section 27 of Plum Creek Township in Kossuth County has remained in the same farm family since 1857. more »»

Solar system

September 22, 2017 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY Rockwell City — Call it an idea whose time has com. more »»

Grain quality matters when storing grain on the farm

September 22, 2017 By KRISS NELSON During an on-farm crop storage management webinar, Dr. more »»

Harvesting solar energy

September 22, 2017 By KRISS NELSON MADRID — Harvest is just beginning for many producers, but Steve Pies has been harvesting all summer — harvesting solar energy, that is. more »»

Corn and soybean production outlook in 2017-18

September 22, 2017 URBANA, Ill. (U of I) — Given the price reaction, the market remains uncertain about the USDA’s September forecast of 2017 corn and soybean production. November 2017 soybean futures closed at $9. more »»

9/11 survivor spoke at Clay County Fair

September 22, 2017 CommStock Investments of Royal sponsored their second annual customer appreciation event last Saturday at the Clay County Fair. The speaker for this year’s event was Richard Picciott. more »»

Clay County fair known as largest ag equipment fair in US

September 15, 2017 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-new. more »»

Centennial Exhibit at Clay County Fair is a walk through history

September 15, 2017 By KRISS NELSON SPENCER — The Clay County Fair is encouraging people to “Come Home” and see not only what is new at the fair, but help to celebrate the fair’s centennial year. more »»



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