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General Guidelines on Composting of HPAI Infected Carcasses
Containment of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) is a critical step which must be properly performed to ensure human and animal safety. This publication discusses how to prepare to contain a potential outbreak and what should be done to safely contain it.
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Midwest Farmer Adaptive Management Responses to Perceptions of Excess Water-related Risks
A helpful handout for discussing variables that may influence farmer decisions regarding on-farm management practices, such as the decision to plant or not plant cover crops. This handout is based on research by the social science team of the USDA Sustainable Corn Project, led by Iowa State University.

More details specific to this research and handout can be found online at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/275651778, in a paper authored by Lois Wright Morton, Jon Hobbs, J.G. Arbuckle Jr., and Adam Loy
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Iowa Concern Business card (Unit=Pkg of 50)
A bundle of 50 business cards, measuring 3.5" x 2", with contact information for the Iowa Concern Hotline.

Hotline provides free 24-hour confidential assistance for stress issues, legal questions, and financial concerns.

(previously known as ICH2)
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Iowa Concern Business card - Spanish (Unit=Pkg of 50)
A bundle of 50 business cards in Spanish, measuring 3.5" x 2", with contact information for the Iowa Concern Hotline.

Hotline provides free 24-hour confidential assistance for stress issues, legal questions, and financial concerns.
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Strengthen your relationship in stressful times - Disaster Recovery Series
Money worries can lead to emotional stress and affect physical health. Discover five tips on communicating during touch times.
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First Steps to Flood Recovery - Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
The First Steps to Flood Recovery publication provides helpful information for people with flooded or water damaged homes.

For more information visit:
www.extension.iastate.edu/disasterrecovery

www.EDEN.lsu.edu

• Or, call 1-888-EXT-INFO (888-398-4636). Ask for the EDEN contact in your state.
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Show You Care By Listening - Disaster Recovery Series
Most people think listening is easy. However, really listening—not only to the words but also to the meaning behind the words—is hard work. The hard work of listening often is the best help we can offer to a person in trouble or under mental strain. Here are 10 tips on showing you care by really listening to family and friends.
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Livestock: Determining Moisture of Immature Corn Silage - Disaster Recovery Series
Learn about two simple, inexpensive methods to determine silage moisture: using a 250 watt infrared heat lamp or a microwave.
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Making Choices About Cleaning Wet Carpet - Disaster Recovery Series
Floodwater contains sewage and unknown chemicals that will contaminate carpet and present a health risk. If carpeting was flooded with basement seepage, with lawn runoff, or by sump pump failure, the risk may be less. In these cases, if your carpet was in good condition, you can try to clean it. Use this publication to help decide what to do.
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Managing Immature Crops for Grain or Silage -- Disaster Recovery
Tips on managing crops that may not mature before the first killing freeze of fall.
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Safety and Health: How to Protect Yourself from Farm Dust - Disaster Recovery Series
Get information on common illnesses caused by breathing in molds/dust. Help also provided in selecting respirators.
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Safety and Health: What You Need to Know About Silo Gas, a Deadly Killer - Disaster Recovery Series
Here are answers to common questions about silo gas, how to recognize it, and protect yourself from its dangers.
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Storm Recovery Guide
This document was created by LSU AgCenter and has been adapted for use in Iowa by Iowa State University Extension, some sections that do not pertain to Iowa have been edited or deleted.
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Agronomy: Fall Forage Management for '93 and Implications for '94 - Disaster Recovery Series
Study the lessons learned for forage in the wet conditions in 1993.
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Crops: Harvesting Corn and Soybeans - Disaster Recovery Series
Provides tips for harvesting in less than ideal conditions to limit harvest losses and maintain acceptable grain quality.
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Farm Equipment: Forage Harvest Equipment Issues for Corn and Soybeans -- Disaster Recovery Series
Equipment and safety issues for harvesting damaged corn or soybeans as forage.
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Inspect Flood-Damaged Appliances - Disaster Recovery Series
Flood-damaged appliances are unsafe and must not be used until they have been inspected by a professional. Some damage might not appear for months.

Get the details here.
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