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Inside Ag Publication Online

July 20, 2016 Check out the latest in agriculture news. View our publication online by clicking on the link below. more »»

 
 
 
Despite concerns, local beekeeper continues to produce quality honey

July 20, 2016 As the owners of Five Star Honey Farms in Minot, the Nissens have turned their apiary into a hub for honey production. more »»

Poultry back at ND State Fair

July 20, 2016 The poultry show will be back this year at the North Dakota State Fair, said Dean Aakre, 4-H youth specialist in the Center for 4-H Youth Development on the North Dakota State University campus in... more »»

Local farmers markets are up and running

July 20, 2016 One of two Minot farmers markets kicked off on July 9. The North Prairie Farmers Market is located in the Trinity Health parking lot across from Planet Pizza and will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Power and versatility showcased at 2016 machinery row at ND State Fair

July 20, 2016 Speed, power, and versatility comes together as one at the 2016 North Dakota State Fair. more »»

Going upward

July 20, 2016 BISMARCK – The executive vice president of the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association says beef cattle numbers continue to increase in North Dakota and, now, in the United States, too. “The total U.S. more »»

Room for crops but prices down

July 20, 2016 Area grain elevator managers are not quite sure what to expect this fall. Harvest of some crops is expected to get under way soon but, with grain prices quite low, there may not be a lot of selli. more »»

Long-range weather outlook

July 20, 2016 Major indicators point toward a warmer than usual summer and fall season. The upcoming winter, however, is another story. more »»

Increased acreage, lower prices likely for many crops

July 20, 2016 Agricultural producers aren’t likely to see improvement in commodity prices, based on a June 30 USDA acreage report. Corn acreage increased 7 percent to the third highest since the 1940s. more »»

Crops show promise if disease, weather woes stay away

July 20, 2016 Warm weather and plenty of moisture have given the 2016 crop a good start. Farmers now are keeping an eye out for disease and other hazards that could spoil what is shaping up to be a good harvest. more »»

Family project

July 20, 2016 Raising chickens is a family project for Bryan and Rhonda Korgel and their two sons, Kaden, 12, and Layne, 9. “Everybody does it but the majority is the boys,” said Rhonda. more »»

Blue Flint Ethanol Plant strives for excellence

April 20, 2016 The future of ethanol beams brightly at the Blue Flint Ethanol plant in Underwood. more »»

Wolf Creek Winery started as a dream

April 20, 2016 Wolf Creek Winery is a small North Dakota winery located in a bay of Lake Sakakawea near Coleharbor. more »»

Agriculture is a growing field

April 20, 2016 Regardless of the ups and downs of commodity prices, careers in agriculture are holding a steady course in the same direction. more »»

Tractor safety classes to be offered at 4H Camp in Washburn

April 20, 2016 Many of the teenagers Oliver County Extension Agent Rick Schmidt teaches in his tractor certification courses have been driving farm equipment since they were nine or 10 years old. more »»

What’s ahead for cattle producers

April 20, 2016 If prices remain steady and input costs do not increase drastically, cattle will be profitable in 2016, said Paige Brummund, extension agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources, with North Dakota... more »»

Corporate, anti-corporate farming issue

April 20, 2016 When North Dakota voters go to the polls on Tuesday, June 14, they will be deciding the fate of the state’s 84-year-old anti-corporate farming law and whether or not corporate dairy and swine farmin... more »»

Producers elected to Wheat Commission Board

April 20, 2016 County and district elections for the North Dakota Wheat Commission representatives in Districts 1 and 4 are complete and two producers were elected to serve four-year terms on the Commission boa. more »»

Chimp

April 20, 2016 Jim Tescher had just missed the world saddle bronc riding title by $500 to Marty Wood two years earlier. So with a rodeo career that had spanned three decades, for him it was now or never. more »»

Calving tradition

March 9, 2016 At the Frey Angus Ranch near Granville, calves are thriving and business is booming. Locally, the Frey name has been in good standing for over 60 years. more »»

Different approache to grain marketing workshops set

March 9, 2016 Explore a different approach to marketing with Edward Usset, grain marketing economist for the Center for Farm Financial Management at the University of Minnesota. more »»

 
 

 

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