DICKINSON-Agronomists and farmers alike agree that spring and early summer weather patterns have created favorable growing conditions thus far in southwest North Dakota.
BISMARCK-A newly formed pilot program for pipeline reclamation is handling eight complaints since its start eight weeks ago and three more since the beginning of June.
DICKINSON, N.D.—Alan Woodbury, owner of Woody's Feed and Grain Co., is retiring. Well, semi-retiring is the better term.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Tom Lilja, the executive director of both the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council and the North Dakota Corn Growers Association, resigned abruptly June 23.
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ST. PAUL-State money is en route to immediate and long-range needs to fight avian flu that has resulted in more than 9 million turkey and chicken deaths in 23 Minnesota counties.RELATED CONTENT
MAHNOMEN, Minn.—Before Jim and Sue Steinmetz installed robotic milkers on their farm near here, they had just about given up.RELATED CONTENT
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- A great deal of work and research remains before agriculture takes full advantage of unmanned aerial vehicles, but tremendous opportunities justify the effort, UAV and ag officials say.
WILLMAR — The biggest lesson from the outbreak of the highly pathogenic avian influenza in Minnesota is that this virus has behaved differently than anything dealt with previously, according to veterinarian Trevor Ames, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota.
Elizabeth Dyck is a long-time fan, both professionally and personally, of so-called "ancient grains." Now, she and other advocates of these obscure grains are encouraged by growing consumer interest in them -- which is slowly leading to more opportunities for U.S. farmers, including ones in the Upper Midwest.
A proposed merger between two South Dakota-based agricultural cooperatives will not happen, after members of the two sides were split in their vote.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission approved a $4.4 million flour storage expansion to the North Dakota State Mill and Elevator in Grand Forks last week.
ST. PAUL - State money is en route to immediate and long-range needs to fight avian flu that has resulted in more than 9 million turkey and chicken deaths in 23 Minnesota counties.RELATED CONTENT
James Webb says farmers tend to be independent types who prefer to work alone -- but who have an even greater desire to make money.