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Iceland’s president touts drying food as one way to combat world hunger

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Iceland’s president touts drying food as one way to combat world hunger

By O. Kay Henderson The president of Iceland says rather than boosting ag production, preserving the food we catch, raise and grow already is key to feeding a growing global population. Olafur Ragnar Grimmson was among the speakers at this week’s World Food Prize summit in Des Moines. He told the crowd mankind’s oldest way of preserving food has been to […]

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Cool temperatures raise questions about early frost

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By Radio Iowa Contributor With the cooler temperatures that we have been experiencing, many farmers are wondering if that may mean an early frost is likely this year, [...]