Iowa politicians react to Trump trial verdicts

Iowa Republicans are denouncing a New York jury’s guilty verdicts against former President Donald Trump . Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird, who joined a group of Trump supporters at the […]

Iowa politicians react to Trump trial verdict

Iowa politicians have been issuing written statements this afternoon following a New York jury’s verdict that found former President Donald Trump guilty of falsifying business records. Iowa Attorney General Brenna […]

FSIS says testing confirms meat supply is safe

The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service says beef muscle sampling of cull dairy cows confirms that the meat supply is safe.   The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service […]

La Nina transition trying to happen now

A principal atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions says the transition to a La Nina is trying to happen right now. Eric Snodgrass tells Brownfield “If you look at the […]

IL Soybean Association disappointed in ag budget cuts

The director of government relations and strategy at the Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) says he’s disappointed in several aspects of the new 53.1-billion-dollar state budget. Andrew Larson tells Brownfield… “We’re […]

Crop-based biofuels at a disadvantage for SAF production

A leader with Clean Fuels Alliance America says concerns about potential requirements for sustainable aviation fuel feedstocks derived from crops are well-founded. Kurt Kovarik suggests there’s an anti-corn ethanol agenda […]

Zone with the farmer not against

A strategic planner says local commissions need to involve farmers in the zoning process to preserve farmland across rural landscapes. Paul Sachs, director of strategic impact with Ottawa County, tells […]