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January 23, 2016 Check out the latest in agriculture news. View our publication online by clicking on the link below. more »»

On the Vine

January 23, 2016 The North Central Research Extension Center, south of Minot, is working on developing the best grapes for winter hardiness. more »»

Tough times call for new measures

January 23, 2016 Turning a profit in 2016 could be a challenge for farmers, according to the agricultural economists. more »»

Wait and see for CRP

January 23, 2016 Whether North Dakota sees an increase or a decline in Conservation Reserve Program acres won’t be known for several weeks. Regardless, the state will not see a return to the enrollment high of 3. more »»

Former director looks back

January 23, 2016 Agriculture today looks different from 20 years ago, and the North Central Research Extension Center has had its hand in many of the changes. more »»

Not just farmers for the future

January 23, 2016 Future Farmers of America started at a time when boys were losing interest and leaving the farm. Walter . more »»

Advice a valuable commodity in down ag market

January 23, 2016 Many people might think winter is a time for farmers and ranchers in the state to rest, but it is actually a time f­or them to plan for the year ahead. more »»

Heitkamp, Donnelly address challenges with WOTUS in N.D.

October 14, 2015 Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., brought Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., to North Dakota last month to meet with farmers, ranchers and business people about their bill to send the U.S. more »»

Busy lifestyle suits fourth-generation farm family

October 14, 2015 STANLEY – Farming and family are the cogs around which life revolves for Jonathan and Elizabeth Enget of Stanle. more »»

Makoti Threshing Show

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Warmer and drier winter expected

October 14, 2015 Forecasters say El Nino is here to stay, at least through spring. The influence of a strong El Nino is expected to bring warmer, drier weather to North Dakota this winter. more »»

CHS SunPrairie celebrates 100 years of cooperative grain marketing

October 14, 2015 CHS SunPrairie has come a long way in 100 years. The 48,000 bushels of commodities handled in 1916 are dwarfed by the 27 million bushels handled today. more »»

Makoti Threshing Show winners announced

October 14, 2015 MAKOTI – The 55th Annual Makoti Threshing Show wrapped up Sunday, Oct. 4, with many happy faces from weekend competitions despite the cloudy day. more »»

N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame to hold first-ever event in Fargo

October 14, 2015 FARGO — Esley Thorton, former North Dakota State University Bison football player from Bismarck, will be the host and keynote speaker for the N.. more »»

Farm Rescue annual banquet set for Nov. 21

October 14, 2015 FARGO — Farm Rescue, the nonprofit organization providing assistance to farm families in crisis, will hold its annual banquet Saturday, Nov. 21, in Farg. more »»

Stanton church rebuilding

October 14, 2015 STANTON — Gary Kalmback was there in the early 1980s when the Lighthouse Assembly of God church was in its early years. Thirty two years later, Kalmback is back to help rebuild the churc. more »»

Lawsuit over water

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N.D. joins multistate lawsuit to stop WOTUS

July 18, 2015 North Dakota joined a multistate federal lawsuit to stop the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. more »»

Building a gateway

July 18, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer NORTHGATE – Grain is being shipped from a new commodity hub on the North Dakota-Saskatchewan border even as construction continues on a 2. more »»

More for Everyone award

July 18, 2015 Thanks to local canola farmers who nominated the Hope Village Disaster Services for a More for Everyone award, it can now continue disaster preparedness in the five- state region by helping to fund... more »»



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