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Al Wulfekuhle

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Iowa Pork Producers Association

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Iowa Pork Producers Association

1636 N.W. 114Th St.

Clive, Iowa,50325

United States

Company Description

(CLIVE, Iowa) - He's raised hogs in Hancock County for 40 years in a family farming business and he's now the new president of the Iowa Pork Producers Association. Jamie Schmidt from Garner accepted the gavel from 2013 IPPA President Greg Lear of Spencer at ...more

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Employment History

President and Majority Owner

G & W Pork


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Board of Directors - Iowa Pork

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Al Wulfekuhle
President


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President-elect


October is National Pork Month - Tosh Farms

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"If you eat, you have a connection to a farmer every day," said Iowa Pork Producers Association President Al Wulfekuhle, a pig farmer from Quasqueton.
"The ethical principles define our values and who we are," Wulfekuhle said. "Consumers recognize the versatility of serving pork in their homes," said Wulfekuhle.


Board and Staff | www.iowapork.org

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VP Resources


Pork producers dive in to water quality work | Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance

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Al Wulfekuhle, Iowa Pork Producer Association President, knows the challenges that livestock farmers face.
He has terraces, grassed waterways, field boarders and a wetland on his crop land. "As we got deeper into this, it became pretty clear that we needed to do more," says Al Wulfekuhle, a northeast Iowa hog producer who took over as IPPA president in late January. "IPPA is committed to additional education and research to improve nutrient management. IPPA is devoting a big share of its research support for nutrient management at ISU, says Wulfekuhle, who finishes hogs at 13 different sites around Quasqueton, Iowa, in partnerships with others. IPPA committed over $150,000 for water quality and environmental research this past year and committed nearly $300,000 to other water quality programs. Wulfekuhle knows the challenges livestock farmers face with nutrient management on cropland. He farms about 500 acres of his own land that's already protected by conservation practices. "We've done a lot of the basic things over the years," he says. The farm has terraces, grassed waterways, field borders, and a two-acre wetland catching runoff from about 40 acres. Yet more is needed for the difficult task of managing the nitrogen and manure he uses as fertilizer. "You really can't afford to run out in the summer time," he says. Wulfekuhle has some reservations about state or federal programs to pay for cover crops, but with farming margins tight and the cost of seeding at $30 to $40 an acre, it may be necessary for a while, he says. Still, there are other opportunities for hog farmers in nutrient management. It may be possible for farmers to fine-tune the DNR guidelines for manure application rates with computer models similar to the Encirca program offered by Pioneer. "For pork producers, it's all about managing the nutrients that are in the manure," Wulfekuhle says.


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