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Iowa, meaning “the beautiful land”, is known as the Hawkeye State or American Heartland, and is famous for their corn and agricultural products. It is the nation’s third most productive agricultural state. The primary agricultural products are hogs, corn, soybeans, oats, cattle, eggs, and dairy products. This state is the nation's biggest producer of ethanol and corn and often times it is the largest grower of soybeans.View Properties
Northwest (Okoboji, Sioux City)
North Central (Fort Dodge, Mason City)
Northeast (Cedar Falls, Waterloo)
West Central (Council Bluffs, Atlantic)
Central (Des Moines, Ames)
East Central (Cedar Rapids, Iowa City)
East (Dubuque, Clinton)
Southwest (Clarinda, Red Oak)
South Central (Pella, Winterset)
Southeast (Burlington, Fort Madison)
Some Iowa state highlights include the Herbert Hoover National Historic site, Effigy Mounds National Monument, which preserves prehistoric mounds constructed in the outline of mammals, birds, and reptiles, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail.
For the most part, Iowa consists of rollings hills and can be split up into eight different landforms depending on glaciation, soils, topography, and river drainage. Steep hills and valleys that appear to be mountainous can be found in the Northeastern part of the state near the Mississippi River. On the east side of Iowa the state is bordered by the Mississippi River and on the west, it is bordered by the Missouri River and Big Sioux River, making this the only state whose east and west borders are formed completely by water. Iowa has great natural and man-made lakes and is most known for Spirit Lake, and Okoboji Lake found in Northwestern Iowa. A few of the man-made lakes are Lake Odessa, Saylorville Lake, Lake Red Rock, Coralville Lake, Lake MacBride, and Rathbun Lake.