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wreaking havoc throughout Minnesota and over the past decade making its way into North Dakota. [Read More]
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MDA Investigating the Source of the Seed, Planning Eradication Efforts... [Read More]
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Before the season started, some calf market analysts and auction barn owners expected lower prices, but thanks to some supporting factors, cattle producers are enjoying... [Read More]
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Aberdeen cattle are no longer known as lowline cattle, nor are they referred to as Aberdeen Angus cattle. [Read More]
Most harvest activities were either slowed or halted due to cool, wet conditions for the week ending Oct. 1, according to the USDA's National Agricultural... [Read More]
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WASHINGTON (October 13, 2017)—Following today's announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency naming dicamba-tolerant soybeans a restricted use product, ASA President and Roseville, Illinois farmer Ron... [Read More]
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One of the biggest advantages grain storage bags have over corrugated bins is flexibility, according to Zane Erickson, owner of North Star Ag. [Read More]
As farmers in the Upper Midwest make their way through fall harvest this year, they'll be storing a lot more corn than they were a... [Read More]
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After years of trying to improve beef cattle, have we made enough progress yet? [Read More]
Tuesday evening (Sept. 19) John Swanson, along with many others in the Mentor, Minn., area was hit with rains that totaled around four inches and... [Read More]
Growers have experienced difficulties controlling weeds throughout North Dakota, especially with the dry conditions early on in the growing season inhibiting some of the soil-applied... [Read More]
Even though many areas are expecting very solid corn and soybean yields again in 2017, it is possible that some corn and soybean producers in... [Read More]
Over 90 percent of the canola has now been harvested in North Dakota, which is ahead of the average pace, according to Barry Coleman, executive... [Read More]
Since our last visit, Doyle Lentz has made no progress with the soybean harvest. That isn't likely to change for a few weeks, because a... [Read More]
Researchers at the NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Center's ranch are reaping two forage crops a year, called dual cropping. [Read More]
Producers have been strip-tilling for decades, but there has been renewed interest in the western regions of North Dakota/eastern regions of Montana. [Read More]
Drought conditions in western North Dakota will likely mean lower than average soybean yields this fall. [Read More]
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