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On September 7th, the Canfield family hosted a field day on their farm near Dunkerton in northeast Iowa. A few years ago, the Canfields decided to make a big change on their farm: they shifted from producing conventional corn and soybeans for the commodity market to raising non-GMO corn and soybeans along with oats and […]

October 5, 2017 

BLOG POST

Field day will explore oat, hay and feed production, marketing – Sept. 7, DunkertonFor Release: August 23, 2017 Download PDF (119 kB) Contacts: Earl Canfield | Canfield Family Farm | (319) 269-0739 | [email protected] | canfieldfamilyfarm.com Tamsyn Jones | Outreach & Publications Coordinator | Practical Farmers of Iowa | (515) 232-5661 | [email protected] DUNKERTON, Iowa [...]

August 23, 2017 

NEWS RELEASE

Iowa Learning Farms and Practical Farmers of Iowa will host free field day on cover crops for feed, soil and nutrient management March 21 in Welton For Release: March 8, 2013 Download PDF (113 kB) View Fullscreen

March 8, 2013 

NEWS RELEASE

Monitoring winter cattle diets Project timeline: October 2010 – February 2011 Published: August 5, 2011 Download PDF (809 kB) View Fullscreen

August 5, 2011 

RESEARCH REPORT

Triticale – A Step Towards DiversityPublished: February 1, 2005 Download PDF (468 kB) View Fullscreen

February 1, 2005 

RESEARCH REPORT

Triticale – Is This My Beautiful Alternative Crop?Published: February 4, 2004 Download PDF (344 kB) View Fullscreen

February 4, 2004 

RESEARCH REPORT

Alfalfa as a Feed Supplement for Finishing HogsPublished: February 1, 1997 Download PDF (267 kB) View Fullscreen

February 1, 1997 

RESEARCH REPORT

Barley Versus Corn Based Hog RationsPublished: February 1, 1996 Download PDF (272 kB) View Fullscreen

February 1, 1996 

RESEARCH REPORT

Forage Quality and Returns from GrazingPublished: February 4, 1995 Download PDF (270 kB) View Fullscreen

February 4, 1995 

RESEARCH REPORT

Barley-Based Hog Ration vs. a Corn Based RationPublished: February 1, 1995 Download PDF (233 kB) View Fullscreen

February 1, 1995 

RESEARCH REPORT