Iowa State Extension and Outreach Leads Education Program for Croppers and Producers

Lost Nation farmer Wayne Busch shares his experience of the 2012 drought and assistance available from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

During an exceptionally dry year in Hawkeye State, the Iowa State Extension and Outreach has taken a lead role in educating crop producers on drought response methods that not only help protect major cash crops like corn and soybeans, but also forages and pastures throughout the state. ISU Extension and Outreach held 78 meetings statewide to educate about 5,300 crop producers in 2012.

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