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Inside Ag

Exports important for ND agriculture

Did you know that 95% of the world’s population exists outside U.S. borders, 80% of the buying power is outside our borders and 92% of the middle-class growth is projected to happen outside of the U.S. in the next three decades? According to the United Nations, the world population is ...

Agriculture at the North Dakota State Fair

The North Dakota State Fair is flourishing with agriculture, even in ways you don’t expect it. We have people come from all over the state to show their livestock, participate in different types of events, and for kids to relish in a little friendly competition. We have agriculture events for ...

Biodiesel rebate available for farmers, courtesy of the ND Soybean Council

There are many great reasons to use biodiesel in your equipment this growing season. Biodiesel blends up to B20 have the same power and performance as petroleum diesel. Biodiesel improves ultra-low sulfur diesel by providing excellent lubricity, preventing wear and prolonging engine life. ...

Fair Range: Breeding season sets the mood

Editor’s Note: Caraballo is a fifth-generation rancher and farmer who manages Glasoe Angus near Wildrose. Her Fair Range column appears regularly in The Journal and The Tioga Tribune. This season is synonymous with the birds and the bees, planting seeds and cattle breeding for me, but I ...

Protecting the Land

“The driving factor behind founding a group like Northwest Landowners Association (NWLA) was morals,” reports Troy Coons, chairman of NWLA. On several occasions, Troy and other founding members had witnessed people being taken advantage of by industry developers. Troy and other founding ...

Association Board elects new president

The North Dakota Corn Growers Association’s (NDCGA) Board has elected Andrew Mauch to become the organization’s next president starting in the new fiscal year, which began July 1. Mauch grows corn, soybeans, navy beans and sugar beets on his farm near Mooreton with his father and ...