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April 22, 2015 Inside Ag April 2015... 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 »»

N.D. seed breeder urges farmers to plant certified seed

March 11, 2015 As winter is about to wind up an usher in another planting season, the North Dakota State University’s North Central Research Extension Center in Minot urges farmers to plant certified seed. more »»

Fewer, but bigger

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N.D. farms become fewer, larger

March 11, 2015 Five hundred fewer farms were operating in 2014 than in the previous year, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service. more »»

More want local beef, but fewer want tough job of cutting it

March 11, 2015 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Kent Weise loves his work, but after 38 years slaughtering cattle, lugging carcasses that can weigh more than 1,000 pounds and slowly, methodically slicing cuts of meat, he... more »»

‘It’s a home’

March 11, 2015 DONNYBROOK — St. Anthony Catholic Church in Donnybrook has been standing strong for more than 110 years. more »»

Cool lead into planting season

March 11, 2015 It might be a little cooler than normal prior to the region’s annual start of spring planting, but probably not enough of a temperature drop to make producers think twice about putting seed in the... more »»

Winter wheat crop deteriorates

March 11, 2015 SIOUX FALLS (AP) — For the month of February 2015, near average temperatures were experienced in the western half of the State, while temperatures were well below average in the east, according to... more »»


March 11, 2015 Nodak Mutual declares hail dividend FARGO — Nodak Mutual Insurance Company’s Board of Directors has declared a 10.57 percent dividend payment to crop hail policyholders. more »»

Keep it cool

January 24, 2015 Cold weather is one of the best defenses against damage in stored grain, but area Extension agents say producers still need to monitor their storage. more »»

A link to the world

January 24, 2015 AGT Food and Ingredients’ new facility in Minot is the company’s first large-scale pulse ingredient and fractionation facility and is also the source of food products for many North American and... more »»



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