June 18, 2018 – Doug Palmer President Donald Trump on Monday raised the stakes in a growing trade dispute with China, ordering trade officials to draw up a list of […]
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June 19, 2018 – Ellyn Ferguson If everything goes according to plan this month, House leaders will round up the necessary Republican votes to pass the chamber’s 2018 farm bill after […]
June 18, 2018 – Brent Martin Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt voiced support for allowing the sale of E-15 gasoline year-round during his visit to Nebraska, but that support came […]
June 18, 2018 – Chris Petersen I am an American pig farmer. You might also say I’m an endangered species. In the late 1990s, nearly 40,000 hog producers went out of […]
June 19, 2018 – Merrit Kennedy Plants need carbon dioxide to live. But its effects on them are complicated. As the level of carbon dioxide in the air continues to rise […]
June 18, 2018 – Aly Walansky In the United States, the average farmer is older than 50. This is a problem: As these farmers retire, younger farmers are less […]
June 18, 2018 02:36 PM – John Nalivka The livestock and meat industry are definitely no stranger to controversy. That is to be expected and the discussion or debate about […]
Jun 18, 2018 – By Amy Bickel Corn grower Dennis McNinch admitted he should be at his farm, helping his son amid the busy season. Yet, McNinch drove five hours from […]
June 18, 2018 07:36 AM – Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Markets generally do a very efficient job of allocating resources and achieving optimal outcomes. However, markets sometimes fail to provide […]
JUNE 18, 2018 – BY: ANNA-LISA LACA While discussions to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement continue, many want to see Canada end their supply management system. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny […]
- NDGGA Plans 25th Annual E-TourThe North Dakota Grain Growers Association is hosting its annual E-Tour from June 25 to 29.
- North Dakota Reports First West Nile Virus Case This SeasonThe North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) has confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus (WNV) disease for the season.
- Most N.D. Crops Lagging Slightly Behind AveragesFor the week ending Sunday, there were 5.
- Minnesota to Innovate Research for Commercial Health CareGetWellNetwork, the Precision Engagement health care company, announced a new partnership through its research and development incubator, GetWell Labs and the University of Minnesota School of Nursing (UMN).
- May Retail Sales Increased 5.6 Percent as Economy GrowsMay retail sales increased 0.
- Minnesota Farmers Find 3.8 Days Suitable for FieldworkDespite rainfall across the state, Minnesota farmers were able to find 3.
- First Lady Invites Families to Oahe Days Book WalkFirst Lady Linda Daugaard is inviting children to participate in a book walk at Steamboat Park on June 23 from 10 a.
- U.S. Soy Responds to Tariff AnnouncementIn response to the announcement regarding U.
- Some S.D. Crops Lagging Behind AverageFor the week ending Sunday, there were 5.
- Top 2 Questions About N PlansThe ROI of nitrogen (N) is significant—an extra 20 lb. costs less than 2 bu. of corn. That doesn’t mean you throw on some extra N and hope for the best.
- Testing, TestingRegardless of how your growing season is going, it’s smart to measure the health of your crop. A rescue nitrogen treatment might be necessary yet this year, or test results can guide changes for next year.
- Moisture MisersSensors help simplify irrigation practices, reduce overwatering and save money