These partners will provide .7 million to go with the .4 million in state funding going to these projects.
More than 0 million in funding has been documented for efforts in support of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy last year.
The Livestock Friendly County program is administered by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA).
These refinery exemptions decrease ethanol blending and reduce demand and profits for my corn crop.
This represents a million increase of funding in support of Iowa water quality programs and conservation efforts over the previous year.
More information about the initiative can be found at Delegates attending the National Corn Growers Association’s Corn Congress in Washington this morning elected five farmers to serve on the organization’s Corn Board. 1, the start of NCGA’s 2019 fiscal year, are new board members Deb Gangwish of Nebraska, Dennis Maple of Indiana and Harold Wolle, Jr. Current board members Bruce Rohwer of Iowa and Jeff Sandborn of Michigan were re-elected.
“By becoming a Livestock Friendly County, Furnas County is showing that they are open for business and eager to grow opportunities for the next generation of farm and ranch families.”According to the U. Department of Agriculture, Furnas County had a total of 1 million in market value of agriculture products for the year 2012.
Livestock sales accounted for million, or 46 percent of the total value, with cattle/calves and hogs being the largest livestock segments in the county.