Liz Brown born in Waterloo, raised in Sumner, grew up in Nashua and lives in Oelwein - Always on the move, but keeping her heart and feet planted in Iowa. Liz is the proud mother of 2 boys and a girl.....and blessed with a grandson too. When not at work Liz enjoys seeking new adventures, finding new places to eat or shop, cooking & baking, wine tastings and spending time with family & friends. Many have told Liz that she has a smile and laugh all her own.
Rural Emergency Acute Care Hospital Act
ill will help ensure rural America has access to medical care.
Farmers Market Season Is Here
Farmers Markets are a here for a limited time and clock is already ticking in north east Iowa.
Dollar for Dollar Match for Wildfire Relief Funds
Drovers, a Farm Journal Media franchise, and the Drovers Foundation have accepted a challenge from philanthropist and American farmer-rancher Howard G. Buffet to raise $2 million for wildfire relief.
2017 Best Burger in Iowa Contest
Burger lovers in Iowa submitted over 9200 nominations for the 2017 Best Burger In Iowa between February 13 and March 13, 2017. The votes have been counted and the 10 top nominees are ready, willing and able to serve.
Corned Beef Ok for Some Catholics During Lent
With Saint Patrick's Day falling on a Friday, can a good Catholic sample the beef because of lent? You just might be able thanks to some of the many dioceses.
It’s National FFA Week, How Can You Help Support It?
Tansform: Purpose to Action. That is the theme for the 2017 National FFA week, running February 18-25.
Pork Industry Says No Bacon Shortage
A very high demand for bacon has driven pork belly supplies to record lows, prompting talk of a nationwide bacon shortage.
Iowa Cattlemen’s Association To Hold Educational Forums
Continual improvement is an important part of farm management, especially when profitability challenges arise.
Ag Lending Crisis Averted with Budget Patch
All available ag lending money the government had was given out to farmers during the last fiscal year to help them through the worst economic downturn in decades. An Associated Press article says, despite that, no one who qualifies for a farm loan will be turned down over the next four months, than…
ISU Study Shows Wind Turbines May Benefit Crops
An Iowa State University study is suggesting that turbines used to capture wind energy may have a benefit on crops in the fields.