Thursday, May 25, 2017
Your Ag College Guide

Farm and Dairy's 'Your Ag College Guide' offers admissions information, tips and graduates' stories. Editor Susan Crowell asks all in agriculture to take a look at it.

Growers can boost food safety on the farm by recognizing risks and implementing precautions in four areas of risk: water, animals, soil and handling.

Do you know primitive items? If so, Hazard a Guess at this week's mystery item from Ed Homer.

A brief look at the contribution made by Caterpillar tractors to the war efforts, and the development of the military tank.

Male ruby-throats usually return about a week before females. If you haven't yet hung a nectar feeder, do it today.

Filing a Notice of Loss, CCC-576, is used to report failed acreage and prevented planting and may be completed by any producer with an interest in the crop.

Indeed, largemouth bass and walleyes are the headliners, but the fish that ought to considered for a least a share of the popularity contest is the crappie.

Art Cullen of the Storm Lake Times won journalism’s highest honor for a series of 10 editorials on why Iowa “has the dirtiest surface water in America.”

Bob Gibbs or "Gibsy" always worked a full-time factory job but helped area farmers "just for fun" at the end of sometimes grueling double shifts.

There is a certain relaxation in leaving legal adults home alone.
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