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Iowan one of new USFRA faces of farming and ranching
Erin Brenneman of Wellman will serve as a national spokesperson for farmers and ranchers.

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Iowa water quality project funds now available
The Water Improvement Review Board is making $830,000 available.

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Local elementary students take virtual trip to farm
A West Des Moines class learns about farming through an Ag in the Classroom program.

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Persistence pays off for young Story Co. hog farmer
Rural Nevada farm couple shows off new hog barn.

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Meat export volumes lower in August, but value remains strong
Pork export value per head of slaughter is up 21 percent year to date.

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The Lucky Pig has Iowa’s ‘Best Breaded Pork Tenderloin’
The breaded tenderloin at Brick Street's Butler Cafe in Bondurant was the runnerup.

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Americans showing increased preference for pork
The percentage of pork eaten in America has grown significantly since 2011.

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Stream “Farmland” free this month on Hulu
The film provides a first-hand look at farming and the lives of six young American farmers and ranchers. Photo Credit Don Holtz

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Iowa hog farmers celebrate Pork Month
Hog farmers take pride in responsibly producing safe and nutritious pork.

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Swine inventory bounces back from seven-year low
The Sept. 1 inventory was up 8 percent in Iowa and 6 percent nationally.

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President issues Executive Order to address antibiotic resistance
A new interagency task force will work to develop a national action plan.

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Food pantries across Iowa to receive 24 tons of pork
Jen Sorenson of the Deb and Jeff Hansen Foundation delivers pork loins to Irvin Klausen of the Ackley Food Pantry.

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July pork export volume down, but value up
Pork export volume dropped 3 percent while value increased 14 percent in July.

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Iowa veterinarian encouraged by licensing of second PEDV vaccine
The new vaccine is expected to be available to pig farmers and veterinarians this month.

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ISU's Hansen Agriculture Center dedicated
The $7.7 million dollar facility will be a key part of the training of animal science and other ag students.

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New Iowa ag alliance to work for cleaner water
The alliance will work to accelerate the pace and scale of quantifiable water quality improvements.

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Iowa EPC adopts federal requirements on animal feeding operations
Most confinements will not need an NPDES permit, according to the DNR, because they are unlikely to discharge.

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ISU’s Iowa Pork Industry Center names new interim director
Jay Harmon replaces Rodney "Butch" Baker.

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IPPA takes state fair’s ‘Best of Show’ Award
New concession trailer helps Iowa Pork Producers Association earn award.

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Turning hog manure into energy in northern Missouri
The largest biogas project of its kind is expected to produce significant environmental benefits.

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