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Farmers make seeding progress

May 27, 2015 Area producers have made good progress in seeding small grains, according to area Extension Service agent. more »»

NCREC agronomist notes bad weeds of 2015

May 27, 2015 In an interview earlier this spring, North Central Research Extension Center Research Agronomist Eric Eriksmoen revealed some of the prevalent bad weeds that could hit the farmers in the state this... more »»

Research Center modifies equipment to fit its needs

May 27, 2015 Saying agriculture research work is as expensive as regular farming, researchers and agronomists at North Dakota State University’s North Central Research Extension Center modify the equipment such... more »»

The best memories are made on the farm!

May 27, 2015 BARTON — The Gronvold Farm and Ranch began its treasured history in North Dakota in the year 1894. more »»

May rain was needed

May 27, 2015 The Minot region needed the moisture contained in rain and snowfall May 16-17. While some localized areas may have received too much rain at one time, the overall impact to the region was positive. more »»

Bird flu outbreaks mean no poultry at State Fair

May 27, 2015 There will be no Orpington Bantam or Silkie chickens with strange and magnificent plumage at the North Dakota State Fair. more »»

6 keys to starting a garden

May 27, 2015 When it comes to starting a garden here are six keys that will help you on your journey in gardening. 1. Find a location in your yard that is as sunny as possible. more »»

Farming is more than a job, it is a way of life

May 27, 2015 As spring planting season is upon us and the hustle and bustle begins, I want to take some time to reflect back on the traditions of our farming community. We all have traditions that we follow. more »»

Field of opportunity: Graduate shortage for high-skill ag jobs

May 27, 2015 BISMARCK – New research shows a growing demand for highly skilled workers in agriculture, but not enough young people are choosing that field of study. According to the U.S. more »»

Soil-applied pre-emergence herbicides for soybean

May 27, 2015 We are seeing an increased interest and acreage of soybean in the Northwest/North Central region of North Dakota. more »»

Outlook changes from hot to normal

April 22, 2015 The Climate Prediction Center has substantially revised its long-range weather outlook for North Dakota. more »»

Global company depends on exports

April 22, 2015 As a global company, AGT Foods understands exports. “The export markets are critical to our business,” said Eric Bartsch, director of global food ingredients for AGT Foods, Bismarck. more »»

Busy Oak Valley Lutheran maintains its vibrance

April 22, 2015 VELVA – Oak Valley Lutheran Church in Velva has a lot going on. Rev. more »»

Farmers face tighter operating budgets in 2015

April 22, 2015 Farmers are tightening their budgets this spring. Ag lender Mark Larson at Town & Country Credit Union said there’s more break-even budgets and budgets that anticipate as much as a third less incom. more »»

50 years of State Fair

April 22, 2015 The North Dakota State Fair in Minot is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a state fair this year. more »»

All in the family: Three brothers and a nephew own Opland Farms

April 22, 2015 There are many times when farming stays in the family, tilling and plowing the same land from generation to generation. more »»

Ag center: Sample the soil

April 22, 2015 As farmers in the state are about to start another planting season, the North Dakota State University’s North Central Research Extension Center is urging farmers to sample their soil before investin... more »»

Living with the land

March 11, 2015 Wheat swaying in the crisp and ceaseless wind, sunflowers bobbing their heads and endless fields seeming to meet up with the vast and open sky will always be images people think of when North Dakota... more »»

Farm groups oppose more cuts to farm programs

March 11, 2015 Nearly 400 organizations representing farmers and ranchers have formed a coalition to urge Congress to reject any attempt to make cuts in the farm bill during the consideration of the 2016 Budget... more »»

BLM seeks new off-range pastures for wild horses

March 11, 2015 If you have pastures where wild horses could range, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management would like to hear from you. more »»

 
 

 

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