• 2017 Women Impacting Agriculture
  • Gayleen Moellers
  • 2019 Women Impacting Agriculture: Hannah Breckbill, Beth Grabau, Jordan Hansen, Rose Kastner, Liz Kolbe, Monica Lursen
  • 2018 Women Impacting Agriculture
  • 100th Annie's Project Class Held in Fort Dodge

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With unpredictable crop prices and tight margins, marketing can make a difference in the profitability of row crop production. How well producers get paid for a year’s worth of work can be wrapped up in just a few marketing decisions.

A Women Marketing Grain Workshop will be conducted to assist women in developing plans for marketing old and new crop corn and soybeans. The workshop will be Tuesday, Feb. 11, in Grinnell at Key Co-op, 1128 Pinder Avenue, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with lunch provided. The registration fee is $25 and can be paid at the door, which opens at 9:30 am.

Six Iowa Women Recognized as "Women Impacting Agriculture"

The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Women in Ag Program is recognizing “Women Impacting Agriculture.” This year, six women were chosen by ISU Extension and Outreach staff and recognized as women who are making positive changes and creating a more sustainable Iowa by improving economic resiliency and stability; conserving natural resources; and being influential agricultural leaders, family members and community volunteers. Meet the 2019 Women Impacting Agriculture. 

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