Visit the NAPA booth in the Varied Industries tent for great deals on tools, LED lights and more!
Annie’s Project, a program dedicated to strengthening women’s roles in the modern farm enterprise, is hosting an hour-long seminar every day in the Rural Life Tent.
Learn about safety and health at the ISU Extension Tug-of-War with Grain display, hosted by the Progressive Agriculture Foundation.
Find the Conservation Station at the Conservation Central tent where representative Iowa Learning Farm partners will gather.
Personnel from the Beginning Farmer Center are available at the Welcome Center for visitors to learn how a farm succession or transition plan might apply to their farm business.
High tunnel production of vegetables and fruits is on display in the high tunnel and Linda Naeve, ISU Extension value added agriculture specialist is on hand to share information.
Mike Owen, ISU agronomy professor and Extension weed science specialist, is speaking at the Dow Agri-Science building each day about the evolution of herbicide resistant weeds.
Crop marketing, harvest, and handling and storage strategies are discussion topics for ISU Extension farm management specialists during the noon hour each day at the Seminar Center.
Visit Iowa State University’s exhibit at the 2010 Farm Progress Show, which features one of Iowa’s most important natural resources — fertile soil — through displays and conversation with ISU experts.
Elwynn Taylor, ISU agronomy professor and Extension climatologist, is speaking 2x a day at the Pioneer tent on the current physical environment influences on crop production, protection and marketing.
From Sap to Syrup Sugarhouse — Visit Jesse Randall, a forester with ISU Extension, as he runs maple sap to syrup programs throughout each day of the show.