11:50AM Nov 15, 2019
It's getting colder and harvest is not slowing down for some Eastern Iowa farmers yet. It's an area which was once buried with feet of snow. However, the farm economy
16:34PM Nov 06, 2019
Concerns about wet crops and wet fields are not stopping in Iowa. Farmers in river towns are worried crop insurance will make ground uninsurable because it may cost so much,
17:09PM Oct 23, 2019
Hamburg, Iowa was submerged back in March when levees breached on the Missouri River. The town still shows scars from spring. It’s a situation farmers are still dealing with too.
10:01AM Oct 21, 2019
The new “Kansas City Fed Ag Finance Databook” says farm lending has slowed in the third quarter of this year. That’s after nine, consecutive quarters of year-over-year growth.
09:52AM Oct 21, 2019
Flooding is still a very real issue in some places of the Western Corn Belt. Work to repair roads and bridges in Nebraska and Iowa is still underway following historic
15:59PM Oct 18, 2019
The Federal Reserve says in a new survey, known as the Beige Book, the U.S. economy expanded at a modest pace in September and into this month.
15:55PM Oct 18, 2019
USDA Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says farmers who applied and are approved for disaster aid assistance will see a check soon. One Iowa farmer shares his impact with spring flooding.