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Heart and Soil: Couple launches small organic fruit and vegetable farm

Heart and Soil: Couple launches small organic fruit and vegetable farm

GRANDIN, N.D. — Ross Lockhart is back where he started. Much is the same, but much has changed, too....

AgweekTV: South American beef imports, organic farming and more

AgweekTV: South American beef imports, organic farming and more

This week on AgweekTV, host Tracy Frank will tell viewers how the USDA’s recent decision to allow the import of South American beef is drawing critici...

AgweekTV: A pig tail

AgweekTV: A pig tail

The Red River Valley Fair is finishing up this weekend in West Fargo and the livestock shows are a big part of the festivities. We caught up with one ...

Growing Together: Stop and smell the Echinacea

Growing Together: Stop and smell the Echinacea

FARGO -- Whew! Everyone take a breather. Together these past months we've planted, pruned, pinched, fertilized, weeded, dug, deadheaded, and stressed ...

Jessie Veeder: Family traditions will be more fun with little one

Jessie Veeder: Family traditions will be more fun with little one

I've been thinking lately about traditions. I suppose it's expected, because in less than five months we'll welcome a tiny new member to our family an...

Katie Pinke: Every kid needs a puppy (or two)

Katie Pinke: Every kid needs a puppy (or two)

Before Charlie, I never had a dog in the house. I was raised with farm dogs. The ones who chase cows, nip at their heels and roll in manure. Dogs who ...

Rail capacity could be freed for agriculture with support

Rail capacity could be freed for agriculture with support

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The North Dakota Public Service Commission recently held meetings to decide the fate of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a line that will carry as much as 450,000 barrels of oil per day from the Bakken.

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Opinion: Arranging a family farm operation

Opinion: Arranging a family farm operation

Throughout my years as a secondary agriculture instructor, I have had many discussions with students about their future.

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COOL repeal defies consumer sentiment

COOL repeal defies consumer sentiment

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The fate of the country-of-origin (COOL) labeling program for beef, pork and poultry was left hanging in the balance as Congress went into its Independence Day recess.

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Cowboy Logic: Live, on air

Cowboy Logic: Live, on air

There’s a lot of crossover between work and pleasure here on the ranch, and that’s a good thing.

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Duvenaud: Peas gave farmers a nice ride

Duvenaud: Peas gave farmers a nice ride

Peas were one of the great success stories for Canadian prairie farmers in 2014.

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Welte: Farm workers hard to find

Welte: Farm workers hard to find

Since the “new oil boom,” North Dakota’s hourly wages have garnered national attention. Workers flocked to the Oil Patch for jobs starting at $30 per hour or more. With overtime, paid at time and a half, it wasn’t unusual to see oil workers earning six figures annually.

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No livestock marketing regs in ag appropriations bill

For the first time in years, the agriculture appropriations bill does not contain a provision prohibiting the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Grain inspection, Packers and Stockyard Administration from issuing certain regulations to ensure fairness in the marketing of livestock and poultry.

NDSU yard and garden field day set for July 21

NDSU yard and garden field day set for July 21

The North Dakota State University Plant Sciences Department will host a yard and garden field day from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, to celebrate horticultural research at the university.

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Corn holds near 1-year high on tightening supply outlook

Corn holds near 1-year high on tightening supply outlook

CHICAGO - U.S. corn futures rose on Monday, on pace for their fifth straight session of gains and holding near the highest levels in a year, on better-than-expected demand and as heavy rains limited yield potential of the new crop.

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Judge in drought-hit California blocks water cut orders for some farmers

Judge in drought-hit California blocks water cut orders for some farmers

California regulators violated the rights of some farmers by demanding mandatory water cutbacks without giving them a prior hearing, a state judge ruled on Friday.

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