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Local Iowa Ranches

Iowa is located in the Plains region of the USA. Though its production is not diverse, Iowa is a huge powerful agricultural state, ranked number three behind California and Texas. It's top crops are grain corn and soybeans while its top livestock products are hogs and cattle and calves. Supporting Iowa Farms provides significant value to the local community and a variety of other benefits. Find a Ranch in IA at Agrilicious.org.
Sac City, IA
Grass - Fed, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown
Ranches, Vegetables, Trees & Shrubs, Herbs, Heirloom Tomatoes, Fruits, Flowers, Bulbs & Tubers, Fresh, Essential Oil, Seeds, Sculpture Gardens, Rose Gardens
Booneville, IA
Ranches, Sheep, Alfalfa, Apples, Eggs, Lamb, Wool, Fruits
It's the Italian passion that served as inspiration for our ranch's name – Dalla Terra. Translated to mean, “From the Land,”......
Bagley, IA
Ranches, Cabbage, Wheat, Chicken, Corn, Asparagus, Beets, Oats, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Garlic, Green Beans, Zucchini, Oat, Lettuce, Onions, Peppers, Radishes
We grow good clean food without the use of herbicides. If we use a pesticide it is one which is on the list of approved organic herbicides. The we......
St. Charles, IA
Kosher
Ranches, Walnuts, Apples, Beef, Nuts, Chicken, Corn, Eggs, Pork, Turkey, Goat, Lamb, Oat, Goat Cheese, Fresh, Bundles
Earlham, IA
Ranches, Lamb
We raise 100 percent grass fed, all natural lamb. We look forward to meeting you! Feel free to contact us at 515-457-6362, ssk@kumandgo.com, or......
Bloomfield, IA
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Barley, Oats, Oat
Brighton, IA
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat, Buckwheat, Corn, Oats, Oat, Rye
New Hartford, IA
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Corn
Fredericksburg, IA
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