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Professor Dermot Hayes was interviewed by Brownfield Ag News for the article "National Pork Board says “clock is ticking” if African swine fever reaches U.S.," which examines what impacts an outbreak of African swine fever may have on the U.S. pork industry.
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Farm Journal for the story "More Uncertainty for Pork Industry in a Very Uncertain Market," which focuses on the repercussions from the Supreme Court's ruling on Proposition 12.
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network for the article "Economists shedding light on pork industry market conditions," which focuses on the difficulties some pork producers are facing as the cost of production is not balancing market prices.
Professor Dermot Hayes was interviewed by Beef Magazine for the article "U.S. could lose $231B over 10 years if both ASF, FMD break," which focuses on potential losses in the US pork and beef sectors from African swine fever and foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks.
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Radio Iowa for the article "After court ruling, California’s pig production rules to take effect July 1," which focuses on a Supreme Court ruling that allows California to require pork sold there to come from pigs raised in livestock barns with certain animal space requirements.
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Tri-State Livestock News for the article "US imports from Brazil continue."
Professor John Winters spoke with the Iowa State Daily for the article "Iowa Senate passes child labor law changes amid concerns."
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by the Des Moines Register for the story "Iowa farmers head to fields with record high production costs, lower corn, soybean prices," which focuses on challenges Iowa's farmers are facing during the planting season.
Chad Hart was interviewed by Agweek for the article "Will farmers increase corn and soybean acres?" The article analyzes responses to the USDA's 2023 Planting Intentions Survey. Hart told Agweek that "We’re dealing with snowpack and cool and wet conditions, and it will be awhile before folks along the northern tier can plant."
Associate Professor Wendong Zhang was interviewed by Iowa Farmer today for the story "Energy projects boost land values," which examines how adding energy projects to agricultural land may boost the land value.
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by WNAX for the story "Price Spread Between Choice and Select Beef," which examines the recently narrowing price spread for dressed beef cut-outs between choice grade beef and select grade beef.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewd by Brownfield Ag News for the story "Concerns of Planting Delays Grow," which focuses on the possibility of delayed planting in parts of the Midwest.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by National Public Radio for the article "Mexico plans to ban all GMO corn. Now a key deadline looms as the U.S. pushes back," which focuses on Mexico moving to ban all genetically modified corn imports.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by the Iowa State Daily for the article "Comparing Ames gas prices to nearby towns," which focuses on the differences in gas prices in Ames and surrounding communities.
Professor Joshua Rosenbloom was among three Iowa State University researchers the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) recently named to its 2022 class of Fellows. Rosenbloom, chair of the Department of Economics, was recognized for “distinguished contributions to the study of the development of the American economy and the economics of science, technology and innovation.”
Professor Joshua Rosenbloom was interviewed by WalletHub for the story "2023's States With the Highest Job Resignation Rates," which examines recent changes in resignation rates across the United States.
On March 22, the Iowa Senate approved resolution No. 6 "honoring and congratulating John D. Lawrence for his years of dedicated service to Iowa State University of Science and Technology, the State of Iowa and all Iowans." Read the article here.
Associate Professor Wendong Zhang was interviewed by the Sioux City Journal for the article "How might rising interest rates impact Iowa farmland values?" which focuses on the impact of interest rates on farmalnd values.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by Business Record for the story "Exporting Iowa: Farmers facing tighter profit margins as exports shrink in 2023," which focuses on farmers possibly facing tighter profit margins in 2023.
Schulz Awarded 2023 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Lee R. Kolmer Award for Excellence in Applied Research
Lee Schulz Awarded 2023 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Lee R. Kolmer Award for Excellence in Applied Research
Professor Ebby Luvaga has been awarded the 2023 Outstanding Service in Student Recruitment and Retention Award by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by Morning Ag Clips for the story "3 questions to ask before looking at a carbon program," which details what farmers may want to know before selecting a voluntary carbon program.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by NPR for the story "Study: Iowa ethanol production would shrink if carbon pipelines don't move forward in Iowa," which examines how carbon dioxide pipelines in Iowa could affect the local ethanol industry.
Professor Chad Hart was interviewed by Iowa Farmer Today about the outlook for US agricultural trade.
Professor Peter Orazem was interviewed by KAFB for the story "ISU Economist: Disinflation a Good Sign, But There's Still a Ways To Go," which focuses on current inflation trends in the United States.