In the latest cyberattack on American food supply, Iowa-based farm services provider NEW Cooperative Inc. was the victim of a ransomware attack.
Iowa 4-H members put their skills to the test as they worked together to prepare and sew nine tactile blankets for Iowa youth who are visually impaired.
A study shows diversifying ag systems beyond a narrow selection of crops leads to a range of ecosystem improvements and maintains or improves yields.
Iowa FFA members and young alumni are challenged to take an active role in the 2020 election by helping to staff polling locations.
In their annual essay contest scholarship program, the GROWMARK Foundation will once again help FFA members and their chapters accomplish their goals.
Burger King isn’t the only company that received backlash from farmers for an offensive ad, but it is one of the few to then take time to listen and learn.
Last week, a damaging storm called a derecho reeked havoc for many rural Midwesteners, and now farmers are left to clean up the aftermath.
Five FFA members were recently named U.S. Presidential Scholars for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education.