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NDFU members attend state convention

December 21, 2008 More than 800 members of the North Dakota Farmers Union attended the annual state convention held Dec. more »»

North Dakotans attend national WIFE meeting

December 21, 2008 The 32nd annual convention of Women Involved in Farm Economics (WIFE) was held Nov. 19-22 in Nebraska City, Neb. more »»

Deadline nears for school greenhouse project

December 21, 2008 BISMARCK – The deadline is Jan. 15 for North Dakota schools to apply for funds for starting a school garden or greenhouse project through the Green and Growing Initiative. more »»

ACRE available in 2009 crop year

December 21, 2008 Average Crop Revenue Election, or ACRE, is a new optional revenue base program that is part of the 2008 farm bil. more »»

Days are numbered for conventional tillage

November 23, 2008 For hundreds of years, intensive tillage, also known as conventional tillage, was the dominant method for cultivating crops in many parts of the United States, but technological advances in... more »»

Annie’s Project to hold classes on Tuesdays

November 23, 2008 Annie’s Project, a program that was developed to enable women in the farming and ranching industry to become better business partners, will hold classes every Tuesday from noon to 3 p.. more »»

2009 spring show to be held in Williston

November 23, 2008 WILLISTON – The 2009 National Hard Spring Wheat Show will be held in February in Williston and will feature educational speakers and a grain sample competition for spring wheat and durum. more »»

Searching for a middle ground

October 26, 2008 Weather, primarily precipitation, plays an integral role in the life of crops and farmers. Too little and plants cannot grow. Too much and plants drown or succumb to disease. more »»

State decision on cattle import order not imminent

October 26, 2008 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s import restrictions on Minnesota cattle are likely to remain for at least another seven weeks while North Dakota officials gather details about the neighboring state’... more »»

The changing business of agriculture

October 5, 2008 Most farmers and agri-businessmen would probably agree that it is not “business as usual” in the field of agricultur. more »»

The changing business of agriculture

October 5, 2008 Most farmers and agri-businessmen would probably agree that it is not “business as usual” in the field of agricultur. more »»

The changing business of agriculture

October 5, 2008 Most farmers and agri-businessmen would probably agree that it is not “business as usual” in the field of agricultur. more »»

Renewable energy research takes different directions

September 21, 2008 By WHITNEY PANDIL-EATON Staff Writer wpandileaton@minotdailynews. more »»

Applications being accepted for improving cropland in Devils Lake

September 21, 2008 Natural Resources Conservation Services field offers are accepting applications for an initiative to improve the soil condition, plant condition and water quality of salt-affected cropland in the... more »»

Annual state Stockmen’s convention to be held in MInot

September 21, 2008 The 79th annual North Dakota Stockmen’s Association convention and trade show will be Sept. 25-27 in the Grand International Inn in Minot. more »»

Edible landscaping

August 31, 2008 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Tidy lawns have been replaced by a jumble of hot peppers, tomatoes, peas, peaches, berries and plums in the front yards of two next-door neighbor. more »»

Farmers Union bus trip for women set in October

August 24, 2008 The North Dakota Farmers Union bus trip for women will be Oct. 8-10 to Minneapolis. more »»

High tunnel farming

July 12, 2008 CROOKSTON, Minn. – Terry Nennich was hoping a certified organic produce farm near this northwest Minnesota community would be the last of four stops by a North Dakota tour group. more »»

Science-based farming research

May 18, 2008 BERTHOLD – A privately-owned farm research organization that’s only been operating for three weeks already has 70 producers signed up in northwestern North Dakota with the promise of mor... more »»

Drought meeting Monday at NCREC

May 18, 2008 The rainfall that was received in the area was very helpful, but drought issues still remain for area farmers and ranchers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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