Micheal Clements, NAFB News Service A petition by the Sugar Association asks the Food and Drug Administration to “require complete and accurate labeling” of low- and no-calorie sweeteners on food packages. The association […]
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The Department of Agriculture Thursday announced the approval of more than $545 million in payments to farmers through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, known as CFAP. The Farm Service Agency began taking applications on […]
Image and content provided by NDSU Extension The North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE) Program has announced the projects recommended for funding in North Dakota for the 2019-2020 grant cycle. […]
Micheal Clements, NAFB News Service Price fixing indictments in the chicken processing sector highlights the need for greater oversight, according to the National Farmers Union. Four current and former executives at Pilgrim’s Pride […]
American Sugar Alliance Over the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered our daily routines, but it has not dimmed the hope and giving spirit that shines through America’s sugar industry. The […]
Micheal Clements, NAFB News Service An expected warm and dry summer has the Missouri River forecast on an average path for 2020. Water releases from Gavins Point Dam will remain at 33,000 cubic […]
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The Nutrition Coalition alleges there is a serious threat to the integrity and trustworthiness of the nation’s federal nutrition policy. The coalition Wednesday released allegations made by one or more members of the Dietary […]
NDSU Extension By Cheryl Wachenheim, Professor and Challey Institute Fellow NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department I was an early adopter of COVID-19 precautions. Although it would raise no eyebrows today, I received […]
American Farmland Trust and its partners have developed a new model to reduce nutrient and soil sediment runoff on leased farmland in the Great Lakes region. By engaging landowners, their operators and farm retailers, […]
- BSC Students Earn Trip to National Microsoft ContestBecause of their exceptionally high scores on Microsoft Office Specialist exams, two Bismarck State College students have been named North Dakota Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) champions and selected to compete in the Microsoft Office Specialist U.
- NDSU Student is Global Innovation Contest FinalistNorth Dakota State University senior Nadia Mitchell is a finalist in the Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge 2020, with a top prize of $50,000 in funding and resources.
- NFU Calls for National Effort to Address RacismThe killing of Minnesota resident George Floyd has spurred widespread outrage and pushed the United States towards a reckoning with its long and painful legacy of racism.
- Minnesota Native is Global Innovation Contest FinalistNorth Dakota State University senior Nadia Mitchell is a finalist in the Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge 2020, with a top prize of $50,000 in funding and resources.
- Millions Look to Extension for Bulk Meat Buying InfoHaving a variety of meat cuts on hand whenever you want them is a great convenience.
- CVM Researchers Set Protections for Animals During OutbreaksThe University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine's (CVM) Secure Food System (SFS) team received $1 million from USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) for the team's proposed work involving tactical sciences for agricultural biosecurity.
- Western Writers Honor South Dakota Historical PressThe South Dakota Historical Society Press has been named the 2020 John M.
- Weekly Pest and Crop Q&A Webinars Begin June 18SDSU Extension will host a Pest & Crop Q&A webinar on June 18 at noon CDT /11 a.
- Aging Water Infrastructure Needs New Crop of Scientists, EngineersThe Teton Dam failure of 1976 is one example of the need for future engineers who can address America's aging infrastructure.