IABRN — It seems the United States has a list a mile long of countries we are currently working on trade with. Whether it was Japan, Mexico, Canada, China, or the European Union, getting our products overseas is essential. When we have a strong demand for our products, it can hopefully help foster negotiations. Germany has now become the biggest European export destination for U.S. beef.
IABRN — Animal identification remains a hot topic in the cattle industry.
Harvest progressed across Iowa as farmers had 4.1 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending October 27, 2019, according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service. Fieldwork activities included harvesting soybeans and corn for grain, spreading manure, applying anhydrous and baling corn stalks. Read more
Northwest Iowa — Many farmers have been dealing with excessive moisture this year along with harvest delays due to wet weather and, in many areas, flooding. Read more
IABRN – There are many farmers around the world. Billions of small farmers are doing all they can to help feed their nations and the globe. However, so many of these farmers haven’t been educated on changing methods in agriculture. Some of these farmers know only one way of doing things. The U.S. Grains Council (USGC) is helping to educate these farmers on new opportunities and build their industrial infrastructure.
IABRN – The Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) seeks to recognize outstanding leadership from farmers and industry professionals actively advancing Iowa agriculture and the Iowa soybean industry.