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Slim pickings

September 18, 2011 It’s been a rough spring and summer for farmers in northwest North Dakota, and fall is turning out to be no different. more »»

Everybody's loss

August 14, 2011 Farmers weren’t the only ones whose finances were drowned out this spring after constant rain made planting difficult in some areas and impossible in others. more »»

Camaraderie before competition

June 19, 2011 Torrential rainfall made it a Memorial Day to remember in Minot this year, especially for the men and women of Magic City Implement, who quickly learned their fiercest competitors are also some of... more »»

More than a dozen N.D. farmers file claims against Minnesota elevator for failure to pay

May 22, 2011 More than a dozen producers in North Dakota have filed claims with the Public Service Commission against a Minnesota elevator for failing to pay for sunflower deliveries going back as far as two... more »»

Magic City Implement receives award

May 1, 2011 Magic City Implement in Minot has been recognized by New Holland Agriculture with membership in the President’s Club, the highest company honor that can be attained by a dealership. more »»

Fueling the future

February 27, 2011 A new variety of corn developed specifically for the ethanol industry will make ethanol plants more efficient than ever and even possibly help produce more ethanol with less corn, but opponents are... more »»

Low emissions, high power

February 4, 2011 New technology is always a big topic of discussion at the KMOT Ag Expo, and nothing was bigger this year than Tier 4 engine. more »»

Getting the word out

February 4, 2011 he North Dakota Department of Agriculture is hopping on the social media bandwagon in an effort to get the word out about the many people and products that make North Dakota so unique. more »»

Winemakers introduce cheaper, artificial ice wines

December 19, 2010 PRAIRIE DU SAC, Wis. (AP) — Ice wine, made from grapes that were allowed to freeze on the vine, has long been one of the most expensive dessert drinks because of the risk involved in its production. more »»

Roller coaster wheat prices

November 7, 2010 Crop prices aren’t exactly known for their legendary stability, but the ride wheat prices have taken in the past few months would give even the monster roller coasters at Six Flags and Disneyland a... more »»

Beef prices expected to stay up

November 1, 2010 LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Americans love their beef, but with prices expected to remain high for the next few years and other options plentiful, their loyalities might be challenged. more »»

Williston college holding Carcass Challenge through spring

October 24, 2010 WILLISTON – Williston State College will hold the Carcass Challenge, with pickup of calves Wednesday through Nov. 4. The contest will run Nov. 5 to early spring. more »»

Passport to adventure

October 10, 2010 Gail Slinde wants you. more »»

N.D. durum fetching high prices, record yields

October 8, 2010 BISMARCK (AP) — Cool, wet weather at planting and again at harvest means North Dakota farmers still are out in the fields and few days behind getting durum, which is used to make semolina flour for... more »»

Show marks 50th

September 24, 2010 MAKOTI – The late Clarence C. Schenfisch inspired the beginning of the annual Makoti Threshing Show. This year’s show, the 50th annual on Oct. 2-3, is dedicated to Schenfisc. more »»

Threshing show loaded with events

September 24, 2010 MAKOTI – Visitors can take a step back in time and enjoy a pioneer prairie harvest during the 50th Annual Makoti Threshing Show Oct. 2-3 in Makoti. more »»

Worth the wait

September 12, 2010 WILLISTON – An expansion project at the North Dakota State University Williston Research Extension Center has been a long time coming, and will give the agricultural research facility some room to... more »»

Questionaire reveals farmers market importance

August 31, 2010 BOTTINEAU – “Farmers markets are a draw for people around the area,” said Stacy Baldus, administrative assistant for the North Dakota Farmers Market and Growers Association and the Dakota College at... more »»

Chef presenting programs at farmers’ market

August 20, 2010 Public television chef Christy Rost will be in Minot Saturday preparing recipes from local foods at the North Prairie Farmers Market Statewide Festival in the parking lot of the City Auditorium. more »»

 
 
 

 

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