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INFORUM The 13 bald eagles were found lifeless on a Maryland farm more than two years ago, many with wings splayed, bodies intact, and talons... [Read More]
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"You are never the same, but you have to make life go on," said the widow of a farming husband who purposefully ended his life... [Read More]
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Northwest Minnesota rancher Rachel Gray suffered through drought last summer. She promised herself then that "I'll never complain again about getting rain."So Gray was philosophical... [Read More]
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North Dakota State University and North Dakota State College of Science have entered into an agreement to expand their partnership, with the aim of helping... [Read More]
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AgweekUsing soil health building practices can help reduce standing water and move water into the soil after a rainfall event. In this Soil Health Minute,... [Read More]
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Brad Gjermundson, a four-times saddle bronc world champion,  grew up riding horses on his parents' ranch near Marshall, N.D. Today, he has his own ranch... [Read More]
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Agweek It's a long time until harvest. Upper Midwest agriculturalists know from painful experience that a lot can go wrong until crops are in the... [Read More]
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Dakota Specialty Milling began doing business in Fargo in 1969 when the company's first mill was set up.But CEO Peter Matthaei's family can trace its... [Read More]
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Agweek President Donald Trump announced Monday night that he is ordering an additional $200 billion in tariffs be levied against Chinese imported goods, raising the... [Read More]
Agweek ROUND LAKE, Minn. — Jackson, Minn.-based New Fashion Pork celebrated the groundbreaking for its new $10 million state-of-the-art feed mill in Round Lake Wednesday... [Read More]
These days, some folks in Washington can turn anything into a political food fight – especially in an election year. In this case it is... [Read More]
Agweek Much of the region's barley crop is off to a "spectacular start,"an industry official says. But while the outlook for good yields is promising,... [Read More]
Pheasants Forever has kicked off a summer full of women-centric events to expose female landowners to conservation ideas and professionals. A June 5 event... [Read More]
Agweek Bryon Parman was a Nebraska farm kid who had seen the ocean only once when he joined the U.S. Navy. Now, after spending... [Read More]
Fallout from the insolvency of Stephen, Minn., farmer William "Bill" Sczepanski is resulting in an unusual auction beginning next week involving American Crystal Sugar Co.... [Read More]
Agweek What started the trade spat between the U.S. and Canada over dairy? Blame consumer demand for higher fat products. [Read More]
South Dakota's dairy industry is growing rapidly, and the public is getting to see that for themselves during June Dairy Month open houses hosted by... [Read More]
Agweek One of the champion learners I've known in life was Ray Crippen, the executive editor of the Worthington (Minn.) Daily Globe. I was... [Read More]
It goes by many names: act of faith and leap of faith, among them. Whatever you call it, it's the decision that farmers make every... [Read More]
It's tough to stay in dairy production when milk prices are $15 to $17 perhundredweight. The Spink Colony at Frankfort didn't want to give up... [Read More]
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