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Weed seed-free forage training available soon

May 3, 2009 The North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the North Dakota State University Extension Service have scheduled a weed seed-free forage training and certification session at the North Central... more »»

The future of livestock

April 26, 2009 Advances in technology have had major impacts on every sector and every industry in nearly every country around the worl. more »»

From small farm to international exporter

April 25, 2009 CARRINGTON — A man has turned his small family farm into an international exporter of specialty oilseeds and has plans to expand his oilseed business even further in the coming months. more »»

Seventeen safflower growers owed more than $400,000

April 25, 2009 Seventeen North Dakota safflower producers are awaiting payment of more than $400,000 for 2008 oilseed contracts made with Sustainable Systems, a biodiesel company based in Missoula, Mont. more »»

Livestock losses

April 24, 2009 Flood and weather-related livestock losses across the state continue to mount. more »»

North Dakota farmers concerned about late spring planting

April 19, 2009 Farmers and agribusinessmen are concerned with the late spring and delayed planting for this are. more »»

Pheasant repellent approved

April 12, 2009 BISMARCK — Pheasants clever enough, or hungry enough, to dig up seed corn during this year’s planting season may be in for an uncomfortable surprise. The U. S. more »»

Minot FFA?place at state event

April 12, 2009 VALLEY CITY – The Minot FFA Chapter competed in state FFA Career Development Events at North Dakota Winter Show March 3-8 in Valley City. Results for Minot participants follow. more »»

Prepare for flooding, spring

April 5, 2009 This has been a long hard winter season for all of us. Now spring is proving to be tough too! Depending on how quickly our snow melts we have the potential to see some flooding in the area. more »»

Handling food through floods

April 5, 2009 Preparedness is a key to food safety during a flood. If you expect a flood keep an adequate supply of food, water and emergency equipment on hand. more »»

North Dakota and Ward County rank high in crop production

April 5, 2009 North Dakota and Ward County continue to rank very high in the production of many of the crops grown in the state. more »»

Farmers Union delegates travel to Washington

April 5, 2009 Seventeen members of the North Dakota Farmers Union traveled to Washington, D.C., to serve as delegates at the organization’s annual convention held in mid-March. more »»

USDA approves shot for cows aimed at E. coli

March 29, 2009 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota company has won federal approval to become the first in the U.S. to market an E. more »»

Transformation

March 22, 2009 The face of agriculture is changing. more »»

Anhydrous safety seminar to be held on March 31

March 22, 2009 The North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the North Dakota Agricultural Association are sponsoring the 2009 Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Training and Fertilizer Issues Seminars that will take place... more »»

Gardeners needed for University project

March 15, 2009 Seed catalogs are full of new varieties every spring. Are these varieties any good? We honestly don’t know. more »»

NDSU Extension looking for gardeners

March 15, 2009 Researchers from North Dakota State University are requesting the help of Minot-area gardeners to assist in a research project involving more than 88 varieties of vegetables and flower. more »»

USDA approves shot for cows aimed at E. coli

March 13, 2009 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota company has won federal approval to become the first in the U.S. to market an E. more »»

First round of testing negative for N.D. cattle herd

March 10, 2009 A statement released Friday by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture said that no sign of bovine tuberculosis has been found in the first round of testing of a herd of cattle from the... more »»

EPA says farm dust open to regulation

March 8, 2009 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Nothing says summer in Iowa like a cloud of dust behind a combine. more »»

 
 
 

 

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