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Agricultural engineer and flood expert gives advice on preparing your country home and acreage for a flood.
Have a plan to “shelter in place” if roads become impassable, says Ken Hellevang, a North Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer and flood expert. The shelter...
On Thursday morning, June 4, a line of women snaked out of the National Pork Board tent on the Iowa State Fairgrounds concourse in Des Moines. Inside was Chris Soules, star of three reality...
A children's book with a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) format to help children learn about agronomic, crop and soil sciences.
Soybeans are cool. That’s the message of Coolbean the Soybean, now available as an interactive book for grades 3-5. Author Shawn Conley is an agronomy professor and the Soybean and Wheat...
A new program offers training that focuses on sustainable agriculture practices.
The United Soybean Board (USB), American Society of Agronomy (ASA), and the International Certified Crop Adviser (ICCA) Program have partnered to develop new training for a specialty certification...
Chris Soules is using his celebrity voice to help agriculture
Chris Soules lives and farms in Arlington, Iowa – population 450. If you’ve watched ABC’s “The Bachelor” these past few months, you’ve watched him looking for love...
Before you jump in, you’ve got to know about the good, the bad, and the ugly
Living in the country means wide-open space, fresh air, and peacefulness. No wonder people are flocking in from town. But many don’t realize that there’s also mud, livestock diseases, and...
Alumni reflect on their FFA experiences and how it inspired their careers.
Lexi Marek talks about her family's farm and how her involvement with agriculture lead her to where she is today.
How the holiday season’s most popular peppermint treat came to be.
Habelman Bros. is a fourth-generation cranberry farm in central Wisconsin