Courtesy of North Dakota FFA Foundation BISMARCK, N.D. – The 84 chapters that make up the North Dakota FFA (ND FFA) will celebrate National FFA Week February 17-24, 2018. National FFA Week embraces […]
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Cindy Snyder, Twin Falls Times BURLEY — In another year when grain prices seem likely to trade in a mostly sideways pattern, how does a grain producer know what’s a good price? Is […]
Michelle Rook, Jamestown Sun MITCHELL, S.D. — Most consumers are now several generations removed from the farm, and for the last 40 years that has led to a continual erosion of trust in […]
Courtesy of NDSU Extension Service Fruit and vegetable growers will have an opportunity to learn about produce safety during a training course set for April 5 at the North Dakota Farmers Union in […]
Gregory Meyer, Financial Times Agricultural trading groups Cargill, Bunge and Archer Daniels Midland have come to symbolise corporate farming in the US, with nationwide reach and billions in revenues. But a little-noticed line […]
Jenny Schlecht, Forum News Service BISMARCK — In past Giving Hearts Days, the North Dakota FFA Foundation never brought in more than $23,000 in donations. That made it all the more exciting when […]
Jonathan Knutson, Forum News Service LAWTON — Justin Zahradka says that when he was a high school freshman, “I was the kind of kid who sat in the back of the class and […]
April Baumgarter, Forum News Service GRAND FORKS — A long list of potential funding cuts proposed by President Donald Trump could target programs that serve North Dakotans and Minnesotans, Congress members said this […]
Barry Amundson, Forum News Service RAPID CITY, S.D. — A 24-year-old rancher was sent to prison for a year and ordered to pay restitution of $275,400 for scamming the federal Farm Services Agency […]
Courtesy of Feedstuffs.com Ten soybean farmers from Minnesota and three from North Dakota recently returned from a week-long mission to Chile and Colombia hosted by the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC). […]
- WSC Enrollment Numbers ReleasedOfficial census numbers released have Spring 2018 headcount at 1,164 making it Williston State College's second highest overall enrollment, and only down slightly compared to last spring's record-breaking headcount total of 1,168.
- Collage of Culture Draws Over 1,000 to Community CelebrationAs an entree of Bahraini chicken machboos -- rich in Middle Eastern spices -- made its way to more than 1,000 attendees Saturday evening, traditional Celtic music could be heard over the clinking of forks and plates.
- Delegation Takes Issue with Cuts to Farm ProgramsCuts to farm programs, particularly crop insurance, in President Trump's proposed $4.
- Potatoes USA Shines Spotlight at NGA ShowThe Potatoes USA Retail team recently sponsored and attended the National Grocers Association (NGA) Show in Las Vegas.
- Community Solar Advances in MinnesotaNextEra Energy Resources, LLC, through an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary, today announced that during the previous four months, five new community solar gardens have been brought online in southeastern Minnesota.
- Spirulina Powder Market to Surpass $530 Million by 2027Global Spirulina Powder Market: Overview: Awareness of the high nutritional value associated with spirulina is a major factor that has been driving the growth of the global spirulina powder market lately.
- NSF Day Coming to State March 29The National Science Foundation will hold its first-ever NSF Day at South Dakota State University March 29.
- USD Discovery District Options Expand with Key LegislationThe University of South Dakota Discovery District, an 80-acre contemporary corporate and academic research park under development in Sioux Falls, announced that it can broaden its leasing options with the passing of HB 1063 that removes the 80-acre restriction on the development.
- Meat Substitutes Market to Grow at 6.8 Percent to 2023ReportsnReports.
- Did the rains fall on the plains?
- Grain Market Update (2.20.18)Grains start the week on firm footing.
- Concerns Remain for ArgentinaGrain markets monitor the latest forecasts out of Argentina as concerns remain for their crops. Outside markets turn their attention to the stock market after yesterday's holiday to see if the recent volatility will return.