Iowa Food & Family Project cooks up new conversations about food and farming
Consumer-focused activities will help build confidence in our farms and food system.
IPPA culinary contests bring out best in pork entrees
Contests have been held in Council Bluffs and Ankeny this month.
Global food security symposium coming to Ames
A whole systems approach will be taken to examining the factors involved in learning how to feed the world now and in the future.
Port congestion, economic headwinds slow January pork exports
January pork exports fell 16 percent despite increased shipments to Korea and the Dominican Republic.
State announces funding of three watershed demo projects
The Iowa Pork Producers Association is one of 30 organizations supporting the projects.
IPPA Regional Conferences provide key updates
Hog farmers heard from several experts on topics of interest.
Nominations sought for 2015 Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Awards
Nearly 220 Iowa farm families have been recognized since the award was established in 2012.
Iowa hog farmer addresses Iowa newspaper luncheon
Washington hog farmer Heather Hora talked about the industry and her own pig farming business.
Coalition calls for immediate end to port dispute
Thousands of containers of pork and other ag products haven't been shipped and pork prices are tumbling.
Agriculture groups and city of Cedar Rapids to collaborate on key water project
$2 million will be used for Middle Cedar River water quality improvement projects.