I was born and raised on the east coast where my family operated a dairy. I ventured west to Utah State University where I graduated with degrees in agricultural communications, broadcast journalism, and political science. I've also done social media work for the National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB), and have a younger sister in college attending Iowa State University.
Iowa Farmers Are Encouraged To Attend Farmers Market Workshop
At the workshop, farmers market managers and vendors from across the state can come together to share ideas to help promote and grow their markets.
New Taco Bell Drink Supports Iowa Dairy Farmers
This new drink uses a shelf-stable creamer made by dairy check-off scientists and will be the company’s third drink to feature the creamer.
Iowa Senators Ask White House To Increase Overseas Trade
Both of Iowa’s senators are sending President Joe Biden a letter, urging him to seek new trade agreements in the Indo-Pacific region.
ISU Economist Is Urging Iowa Farmers To Sell Their Crops Now
Good commodity prices and strong export markets are why Iowa State University ag economist Chad Hart is urging farmers to sell their crops before planting them.
How Fresh Is “Fresh” Fish In Iowa?
The label “fresh” can lead you to believe that your fish is… well, fresh. However, this doesn’t mean that the fish has never been frozen.
So, What’s Really Going On With Meat In Iowa Grocery Stores?
So, by now, we have seen so many headlines and empty shelves that it may start feeling like food shortages are a new normal, but are we looking at it all wrong.
ASIA Convention Discusses Topics That Will Benefit Iowa Sheep
On Saturday the American Sheep Industry Association concluded its 2022 National Convention in San Diego. I spoke with Chase Adams of the American Sheep Association about some of the highlights of this year’s convention.
Iowa Pork Producers Are Preparing For Pork Congress
Voting delegates representing all of Iowa’s 99 county pork organizations are meeting Today in Des Moines to discuss and vote on policies affecting the industry.
Iowa Farmers Can Start Looking Forward To The 2023 Farm Bill
2023 is a big year for farmers, it’s when farmers are expecting to see the next Farm Bill and US Ag Secretary Vilsack isn’t the only one already looking to the future at the next farm bill.
Iowa Spam Facility Receives State Tax Benefits
Tax benefits for three Iowa Businesses were approved by the Iowa Economic Development Authority board, according to Radio Iowa. These benefits come with the promise of 84 new jobs.