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Dairy Goats, Mike Duffy, Jodi Calvert Oct 2010

Dairy Goats, Mike Duffy, Jodi Calvert

Extension and Outreach Publications

This fact sheet is a special project of the Leopold Center Policy Initiative and ISU Beginning Farmer Center. It is designed to give producers an idea about alternative enterprises that might work in their operation with regard to level of knowledge, capital and other factors.


Christmas Trees, Mike Duffy, Jodi Calvert Oct 2010

Christmas Trees, Mike Duffy, Jodi Calvert

Extension and Outreach Publications

This fact sheet is a special project of the Leopold Center Policy Initiative and ISU Beginning Farmer Center. It is designed to give producers an idea about alternative enterprises that might work in their operation with regard to level of knowledge, capital and other factors.


Ag Decision Maker: Combine Ownership Or Custom Hire, William M. Edwards, H. Mark Hanna Nov 2009

Ag Decision Maker: Combine Ownership Or Custom Hire, William M. Edwards, H. Mark Hanna

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Includes advantages and disadvantages of custom hiring and information on estimating costs; includes worksheets.


Farmland Ownership And Tenure In Iowa 2007, Michael Duffy, Darnell Smith, Jennifer E. Reutzel Nov 2008

Farmland Ownership And Tenure In Iowa 2007, Michael Duffy, Darnell Smith, Jennifer E. Reutzel

Extension and Outreach Publications

This study focuses on forms of ownership and tenancy in Iowa in 2007.


Resource Conservation Practices: Consideration In Selecting No-Till, Mahdi Al-Kaisi, H. Mark Hanna, Michael D. Duffy Jul 2008

Resource Conservation Practices: Consideration In Selecting No-Till, Mahdi Al-Kaisi, H. Mark Hanna, Michael D. Duffy

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Consider the advantages of a no-till system. This publication looks at weed control, residue management, equipment requirements, nutrient management and the results of yield and economic return studies.