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Farmers had a late start for spring planting, but near ideal growing conditions have resulted in all of the crops progressing ahead of the five-year... [Read More]
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The tradition of an annual feedlot tour by the North Dakota Stockmen's Association was continued on June 19. A group of about 70 individuals left... [Read More]
Sunflower prices, like many other commodities, have been feeling the effects of tariffs which have now been implemented after weeks of threats, though not to... [Read More]
Gov. Doug Burgum, Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford and Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrmann, adjutant general of the North Dakota National Guard, surveyed tornado damage in... [Read More]
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Few agricultural operations are more labor intensive than dairy farms. Cows must be milked no matter what. There are always new calves to take care... [Read More]
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Her days are long and filled with chores to do, errands to complete. She has fields to plant, trucks to unload and animals to feed.... [Read More]
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Becky Holsti has worked on the family ranch along the Little Missouri River Breaks in northwest South Dakota all her life. She has owned and... [Read More]
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