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Moisture hampers harvest

August 15, 2010 It’s the same old story for area farmers as harvest rolls around once again – wet conditions are keeping them out of the field. more »»

Ag sessions give participants plenty to digest

July 23, 2010 It was perhaps appropriate that during an event held to inform area producers and others in the agriculture industry about the latest findings in the lab and in the field, the rain came early and... more »»

Preventing planting

July 19, 2010 This spring, rain and a bit of hail battered northwest North Dakota and kept farmers out of the fields for days or even weeks at a time. more »»

Some along U.S.-Canada border want port to stay open

June 13, 2010 MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Just days after residents along a tiny U.S. more »»

Food movement boost butchers’ business

June 7, 2010 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Interest in buying locally produced food has helped butchers’ business as consumers who want to know more about the steaks or chops they eat crowd counters at shops nationwide. more »»

Canola protein

May 23, 2010 Wth its protein and nutrition-packed white and yellow parts, eggs have long been the reigning protein champion, but a new processing technique on an unlikely food may soon shake egg’s muscle-buildin... more »»

Agriculture Briefs

May 16, 2010 State Fair contest registration available online Livestock producers who are interested in entering a North Dakota’s Finest blue ribbon competition at the North Dakota State Fair, set fo... more »»

Governor proclaims Youth Week

May 7, 2010 Gov. John Hoeven has proclaimed this week, May 3-7, as Farmers Union Youth Week, stating that Farmers Union members have developed cooperative and community leaders through youth education. more »»

EPA passes new fuel storage tank requirements

April 26, 2010 Producers already busy with field preparation and spring planting or the daily chores demanded by livestock will have yet another task added to their long to-do list: update or create a Spill... more »»

Producers can apply to improve water quality

April 12, 2010 Producers and agricultural organizations interested in improving water quality and conserving surface and ground water on their agricultural land are invited to apply for some of the $61. more »»

State ag official issues special registration

April 12, 2010 A special local needs registration to FMC Corp. more »»

Cattail program applications being accepted

April 5, 2010 Applications are now being accepted from North Dakota sunflower producers for participation in the 2010 cattail management program. more »»

Apply for specialty crop grants

April 5, 2010 The North Dakota Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the 2010 Specialty Crop Grants. more »»

Busy months

March 26, 2010 The Minot FFA sure had a busy past two months this February and March. The week of Feb. 22-26 was National FFA Week. more »»

Ag Briefs

March 1, 2010 Livestock auction licenses due end of March Applications for North Dakota livestock auction market licenses are due March 31. more »»

Facing farming issues in Ward County

January 10, 2010 Despite frigid temperatures, drifting snow and hazardous travel conditions, more than 50 farmers and agribusiness professionals came together Wednesday at North Central Research Extension Center for... more »»

Minnesota vineyard grows in former cornfield

December 20, 2009 DELANO, Minn. (AP) — What once was corn and soybean ground now has more than 4,000 grape vines growing on it. more »»

FFA students take part in leadership programs

December 8, 2009 This past month, the Minot FFA has participated in numerous activities including PALS, or Partners in Active Learning Support and fruit and meats sales. more »»

Agriculture Briefs

November 1, 2009 Durum growers holding quality contest The U.S. more »»



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