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Paul and Josie Syverson have their hands full. With three kids, two full-time jobs and a farming operation full of history to call their own,... [Read More]
Mychal Wilmes has a bad track record with tractors, going back to his childhood. [Read More]
This week's Agweek Podcast talks drought conditions and sugarbeet planting. [Read More]
Citing Winona County's animal unit cap, dairy farmer Parker Byington packs up part of his dairy herd and moves to Colorado. [Read More]
Barley isn't as prominent in area agriculture as it once was. But the crop remains important in parts of the Upper Midwest. [Read More]
Owning animals involves some amount of heartbreak, wherein the owner learns that no matter how hard they try, sometimes things don't turn out the way... [Read More]
Boadwine Dairy is working with Brightmark LLC to install methane digesters at all of its dairy sites in South Dakota. [Read More]
The most recent infrastructure package is more than roads, bridges, water projects and connectivity. If anything, the scope seems destined to grow. The funding mechanism... [Read More]
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains the concept of the unique gardening program now celebrating its 15th anniversary. [Read More]
Meteorologist John Wheeler gives this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV. [Read More]
There are a few weed management situations to consider depending on how prevented planting fields were managed in 2020. [Read More]
This week on AgweekTV, a homegrown Minnesota ag company turns 50. As drought continues in a large part of the region, we look at the... [Read More]
AgweekTV's Michelle Rook and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management talk about the April World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, the strength of... [Read More]
The Northarvest Bean Growers Association, a cooperative of dry bean growers in North Dakota and Minnesota, has announced some new officers, including its president. [Read More]
A good chair, a good calendar and good communication are keys. [Read More]
Crop progress reports have resumed for the year, and an April 9 report should help clear up the supply and demand picture. [Read More]
More than 70% of North Dakota is considered to be in extreme drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. In conjunction with declaring a drought... [Read More]
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission ordered staff to go to court against Jeremey Frost of Fearless Grain Marketing for buying grain without a... [Read More]
The new 2021 survey on North Dakota farmland rental rates, funded by the state Department of Land Trusts, finds varied results across the state. Some... [Read More]
The region's calving season is well underway. Producers should keep a close eye on their cattle and monitor their abortion and stillbirth rate. [Read More]
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