Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is helping farmers and livestock producers manage their manure supplies. Environmental stewardship, safe handling, and providing crops with the nutrients they need are priorities for Iowa farmers. Video length: 3:16
Looking for information on livestock? Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Agriculture and Natural Resources provides several resources to help livestock producers stay efficient, make wise business decisions, and inform farmers and ranchers of the latest scientific research available. Want to contact one of our specialist directly? Use the staff directory to find someone in your area.
Looking for information on crops and soil? Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Agriculture and Natural Resources provides several resources to help crop production, pest control, soil management, and much more. Want to contact one of our specialist directly? Go to the crops staff directory page to find someone in your area.
The agricultural engineering team strives to provide science-based information to conserve land, air and water resources, promote efficient livestock and poultry systems that incorporate a high degree of animal well-being, illustrate the latest techniques in precision agriculture and grain drying and storage, keep Iowans safe, teach responsible manure management and improve water quality in the state. Ag engineers are located throughout the state and on the Iowa State University campus to conduct research and provide education to farmers and landowners across the state. Contact a specialist in your area today.