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Iowa farmers use organic crops to get greater profits
by Donnelle Eller
The Associated Press Translate This Article
12 November 2017
On 12 November 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Although still a small piece of Iowa farming, more and more growers are shifting to organic corn, soybeans, and other crops to improve their bottom line. The number of Iowa farms and acres certified as organic have each climbed about 5 percent last year over 2015, U.S. Department of Agriculture surveys show. Sales climbed 9 percent to $131.2 million. Altogether, the organics industry is closing in on $50 billion annually.
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