Rise and Shine – It’s Iowa Day!

Welcome to National Iowa Day. Iowa is Mid-West country. There are more chickens in Iowa than people in California and Texas combined. And more hogs than people in the entire state of Iowa. Which explains Iowa’s corn production. Gotta keep those chickens and hogs fed.

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Celebrate Iowa with a Twist

Is this heaven? No, it’s Iowa. Or more precise, it’s National Iowa Day. When you realize that nearly all of Iowa is farm country, you can see why some might think it’s heaven.

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From Iowa With Love

Today is National Iowa Day. Iowa, home of sliced bread, Field of Dreams, and The Bridges of Madison County. Iowa is also home to the Grotto of Redemption. The Grotto is considered by many to be one of the Wonders of the World.

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A Feast to Honor National Iowa Day

Today is National Iowa Day. The Hawkeye State was the 29th state to join the Union. Nearly 92-percent of the land is farmland. While Iowa might grow a lot of corn; hogs outnumber people in Iowa nearly 4-to-1. Wow, that’s a lot of pork! Turns out an Iowan also gave the world sliced bread. And according to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Burlington’s Snake Alley is considered the most crooked street in the world.

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