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The U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance® introduced a new communications concept yesterday in Las Vegas at CES, the largest consumer electronics show in the world.
SMART Farm is a campaign designed to bridge the gap between the acceptance of innovation that’s a part of consumers’ everyday lives with the science and technology happening on today’s farms and ranches.
Iowa State University will submit a significant request to the Iowa Legislature in January in hopes of obtaining funding for a new addition to the existing ISU College of Veterinarian Medicine’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
Lawmakers will be asked to provide a $100 million appropriation spread out over five years to fund an 83,000 square foot addition and to renovate and repurpose 27,500 square feet of the existing facility.
Every day, the efforts of Iowa hog farmers and all those associated with pork production on farms across America demonstrate care and concern for how pigs are cared for and how pork is produced. The adoption of a statement of ethical principles calls attention to producers’ responsibilities to uphold the highest standards and maintain the public’s trust.
The Iowa Pork Producers Association is an industry-inclusive organization whose mission is to provide a unified voice to promote and educate for a sustainable, socially responsible, profitable and globally competitive pork industry.
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To kick up the heat in this pot roast, use hot enchilada sauce, add some cayenne powder or chili sauce along with the enchilada sauce, or add sliced chiles along with the onions and potatoes. Staying with the Southwestern theme, serve warm tortillas on the side. Other side dishes could include roasted pumpkin or butternut squash, sautéed spinach, or a green salad with oranges and jicama.