Des Moines Register: Iowans have snagged $423.5 million of the $4 billion in pandemic relief payments sent to U.S. farmers, the most of any state nationally, based on U.S. Department of Agriculture data through Monday. But critics say the coronavirus program addresses only a small portion of the losses farmers are experiencing. The American Farm Bureau Federation and other major ag groups are pushing Congress to include agriculture in the next federal coronavirus aid package. ISU economists estimate that Iowa farmers will lose nearly $7 billion due to the coronavirus outbreak.