DMACC Farm

Hands-on, real world experience

Welcome to the DMACC Farm

Since 1999, the DMACC Dallas County farm, North of Adel, has provided DMACC Agribusiness students hands-on, real world experience. If you see the big yellow barn, you've found the DMACC farm! The farm sits on 325 acres including; 100 acres of corn, 100 acres of soybeans, and the remainder of pasture and hay ground.

About the DMACC Farm

In addition to the crop ground, the farm also houses a cow/calf operation consisting of 60 pairs and a swine operation consisting of approximately 20 sows. In both livestock operations, the offspring are born on the farm and raised to a market weight with the assistance and insight from students. Rations include grains and forages produced on farm with the exception of small amounts of distiller's grains, vitamins, and minerals. Animals are free of growth implants and antibiotics are used only if medically necessary.

Corn Cam

CORN CAM

Live! From the farm

The live Corn Cam at the DMACC farm offers an immersive and fascinating glimpse into the heart of agricultural life. Broadcasting from the sprawling fields of the DMACC farm, this webcam provides an up-close and real-time view of the corn growth cycle. The live corn cam at the DMACC farm offers a captivating experience for all who tune in.

Corn Cam

Farm Blog

FARM BLOG

What's happening on the farm

Welcome to the DMACC Farm Blog, your gateway into the rich world of agricultural expertise and innovation at the DMACC farm. This blog serves as a digital chronicle, offering a compelling blend Join us on this captivating journey through the fields and beyond, as we delve into the diverse and fascinating world of the DMACC farm.

Farm Blog

Beef & Pork

BEEF & PORK SALES

How to buy farm-to-table meat

The DMACC Dallas County Farm takes orders throughout the year on a first come first served basis to sell its locally grown beef and pork. Animals are raised in an educational environment free of growth hormones, treated with a preventative vaccine early in life to keep the herd health strong and viable with limited use of antibiotics.

Beef & Pork Sales