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Dicamba Rules Different Between States

The Environmental Protection Agency released its federal labels for three products that contain dicamba back on October 31st. A DTN report says different state-level restrictions are developing in rural states.    For example, Arkansas is […]

WOTUS Litigation Anticipated

The proposed Waters of the U.S. Rule changes by the Trump administration are bound for litigation. Environmental groups are promising to challenge the rule applauded by the agriculture industry.    The proposal will be subject […]

RSS North Dakota Ag Connection

  • IoT in Ag Market Worth $48.71 Billion by 2025
    Increase in demand for food with rise in global population, adoption of new technologies for improving yield, and implementation of IoT-based technologies to cope up with changing climatic conditions drive the growth in the global IoT in agriculture industry Allied Market Research published a report, titled, Internet of Things (IoT) in Agriculture Market by System […]
  • Organic Sunflower Butter Recalled for Listeria
    Inspired Organics, LLC, this week issued a voluntary recall of Organic Sunflower Butter due to potential contamination of Listeria monocytogenes.
  • Annual Western Dakota Crops Day Next Week
    Regional agronomy research results, dealing with saline and sodic soils and the latest research on regenerative cropping systems will be featured topics at the 35th annual Western Dakota Crops Day, hosted by the North Dakota State University Hettinger Research Extension Center (REC).

RSS Minnesota Ag Connection

  • I-29 Moo University Lender Info Webinar Dec. 20
    The I-29 Moo University, of which SDSU Extension is a collaborating partner, is hosting a webinar, Improving Conversations With Your Lender Dec.
  • New Ulm Teacher Recognized by Minnesota Ag in Classroom
    Beth Sletta, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) teacher at Jefferson Elementary School in New Ulm, has been awarded the Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom (MAITC) 2019 Outstanding Teacher Award.
  • Minnesota Offers Drivers More Fuel Choices
    Federal and state officials joined the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, American Lung Association in Minnesota, and other renewable fuel advocates today to celebrate surpassing more than 400 E85 fuel stations and 300 stations selling 88 octane gasoline in Minnesota.

RSS South Dakota Ag Connection

  • Noem Applauds TAG Following Retirement Announcement
    Governor-elect Kristi Noem Thursday applauded the dedicated service of Major General Timothy A.
  • IoT in Ag Market Worth $48.71 Billion by 2025
    Increase in demand for food with rise in global population, adoption of new technologies for improving yield, and implementation of IoT-based technologies to cope up with changing climatic conditions drive the growth in the global IoT in agriculture industry Allied Market Research published a report, titled, Internet of Things (IoT) in Agriculture Market by System […]
  • 2018 Small Grain County-Level Estimates
    County-level estimates for 2018 South Dakota small grain acreage, yield and production are now available, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.

RSS Agriculture News

  • 2014 John Deere S650 Combine Sold on Illinois Farm Auction Today
    Sale price report from farm auction today (December 15, 2018) in Teutopolis, IL, including a rarity, a 2014 John Deere S650 combine. Sale by Schmid Auction and Realty Co.
  • Loctite Facts
    Tips on using thread locking compounds
  • Chinese Christmas
    Here in the US, Christmas is December 25 and New Year’s Day is one week later. Chinese New Year moves around the calendar like Easter does. In 2017 it was January 28, while in 2018 it was February 16. For 2019 it will fall earlier, on February 5. It looks to me like with their […]