OLIVIA, Minn.-Jeff Barber found himself on the front line in the avian influenza epidemic in April when one of his turkey flocks became the first to be infected in Nobles County.RELATED CONTENT
WILLMAR, Minn. -- After nearly two weeks without any new cases of avian influenza, six new cases of bird flu were reported Tuesday in Minnesota commercial turkey flocks.
RENVILLE — Residents in the community of Renville are beginning to see first-hand the toll that the avian influenza epidemic is taking.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — Despite increased enrollment in agriculture-related studies, job demand outweighs the number of graduates, with the industry expecting to be unable to fill 22,500 positions each year.RELATED CONTENT
ADAMS, N.D.—Alex Bata didn't expect to be a farmer.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO, N.D. -- Farmers Business Network, a California-based, farmer-to-farmer agronomic information network, will hold launch parties in Sioux Falls, S.D., and Fargo, N.D., in early June, a new link between Silicon Valley and the I-29 corridor in the eastern Dakotas.
The University of Minnesota Extension Service says the bird flu outbreaks since March 4 have cost the state's turkey and poultry industries nearly $310 million.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO -- Trent Gilbery can tell you how much feed any steer in the herd ate on any given day and how long it took the animal to eat.RELATED CONTENT
CAVALIER N.D.-Organizers of a proposed livestock processing plant in Cavalier, N.D., will host meetings in five communities over the next two weeks in an effort to raise $1 million from local investors.
LANGDON, N.D. – Though it's too soon to be sure, North Dakota and northwest Minnesota appear to have avoided significant frost damage overnight Tuesday.
BISMARCK -- The World Trade Organization ruled against the U.S. Monday, saying labels stating where meat is raised discriminate against livestock from Canada and Mexico.
BISMARCK -- Companies presented their use of drone technologies and how they are changing the world during the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Roadshow in Bismarck.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL -- For Minnesota, avian influenza represents a $309.9 million loss and counting, according to an economic impact analysis by the University of Minnesota Extension.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — Cold temperatures last week threatened early-emerging crops in the Dakotas and Minnesota, but there were no widespread reports of freeze damage.
GRAND FORKS—Grillers will likely be greeted by higher beef prices this summer, a trend caused in part by slowed production.RELATED CONTENT