Hoop Beef System, LLC Invests in the Coalition
07-16-2013 in News Release
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa –July 16, 2013 – Hoop Beef System, LLC, a leading designer of deep-bedded cattle facilities located in Aurelia, Iowa, affirms its support of Iowa agriculture through a $6,000 investment in the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers (CSIF).
The financial commitment made by Hoop Beef System, LLC will assist CSIF in its efforts to provide direct assistance to livestock farmers as they strive to grow their farms successfully and responsibly.
“We’re extremely grateful for the continued support of Hoop Beef System, LLC as well as their overall support of Iowa agriculture,” says Brian Waddingham, executive director of the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers. “This investment will be used to assist farm families who raise livestock and poultry make successful and responsible decisions, and to remain on the farm.”
The primary services the Coalition provides include siting, interpreting rules and regulations and assisting with neighbor relations.
Brent Bryant, Hoop Beef System’s managing director, said the family-owned business is proud of its role in serving Iowa’s livestock farmers by providing them with the resources they need to raise cattle under roof.
“We view the Coalition in the same way we see ourselves — a long-term partner to Iowa livestock farmers,” says Bryant. “The Coalition has been a tremendous resource for our customers over the years. We believe that’s a good thing for Hoop Beef Systems and for Iowa agriculture.” To hear more, click here.
The Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers was created by farmers to help farmers raise livestock successfully and responsibly. It’s a joint partnership involving the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association, Iowa Corn Growers Association, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, Iowa Pork Producers Association, Iowa Soybean Association, Iowa Turkey Federation and Midwest Dairy Association.
The non-profit, non-partisan organization provides assistance to farmers at no cost. CSIF does not lobby or develop policy. Farm families wanting a helping hand can contact the Coalition at 1-800-932-2436 or visit www.supportfarmers.com.