SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa – Women in Agriculture are invited to attend a Fall Fiesta hosted by Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach Dickinson County on Sept. 19 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at their office located at the fairgrounds in Spirit Lake.
AMES, Iowa – The summer heat will return to most of Iowa over the coming weekend and into next week, according to the National Weather Service.
Washington, DC (IARN) — A report says that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will no longer approve product labels that claim the chemical in Roundup herbicide causes cancer. Read more
Low crop prices and poor growing conditions are on the forefront of all agriculturalists minds as they reflect on the planting and growing seasons this year has provided. As the cooler seasons approach, many are concerned with how the 2019 crops will fare-out.
The Iowa State Fair is a time to get together with others from across the state, eat some food, see some animals, and even visit with a politician or two. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds stopped by the Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network booth on Wednesday.
KANAWHA, Iowa – Thistle caterpillars, late season crop diseases and crop development will highlight the fall field day at Iowa State University’s Northern Research and Demonstration Farm Sept. 5.