“It’s Okay Not To Be Okay”

Numerous factors are weighing on United States farmers and ranchers, including market volatility, trade talks and historic flooding. These pressures not only impact your financial well-being, but mental health.

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Corn Museum Will Sell 150 Years Of History

Harvest season should be starting in the month ahead.

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Secretary Perdue Calls For Investigation Into Cattle Markets

U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue has been monitoring the impact of a fire at the beef processing facility in Holcomb, Kansas.

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2019 Weather Poses Weed Control Concerns In 2020

We aren’t even to harvest in 2019 yet, and we are already making plans for 2020. This is not a new concept in farming from year-to-year.

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Cool Temps May Not Give Enough Heat For Crops To Mature Before Frost

Northwest Iowa — The air conditioners are off and the windows are open as we’ve been enjoying mild temperatures in the last several weeks. Read more

Iowa Corn Farmers Fed Up With Broken Promises

Tuesday, at the Iowa Corn Growers Association’s (ICGA) Annual Grassroots Summit ICGA delegates and members rallied to express their anger and are calling for the Trump Administration to make it right by following the law and upholding the integrity of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

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