“There are four basic ingredients to life — and three of them are right here in this jar,” said soil conservation technician Jeff Norby, as he held up the aforementioned jar before a group of about 25 students Monday afternoon.
Charles W. Louis of Farmington, recently won first place in the Irrigated division of the 2011 National Corn Growers’ Association’s (NCGA) Corn Yield Contest in Minnesota. Louis won with Pioneer® brand hybrid 34F07, which yielded 263 bushels per acre.
North Dakota State University and the Saddle and Sirloin Club hosted the 86th Little International Livestock Contest Feb. 10-11 on the NDSU campus.
During the event, Keith D. Bjerke was recognized as the Agriculturalist of the Year.
Twice in the last month I’ve found myself in an uncomfortable position. It’s not what you might think. I wasn’t in an exercise class or a dentist’s chair. My discomfort didn’t have anything to do with driving the kids to school before my morning shower or even wearing a cotton gown that tied in back.
Logan Wald, son of Susan and Victor Wald Jr. of Napoleon, has received one of 50 $1,000 scholarships nationwide for agricultural studies, from the National FFA Organization in conjunction with the American Farm Bureau Federation and Ram Trucks, a division of Chrysler Group LLC.
Do you want to learn about crops? Would you like to be better at agriculture production? The North Dakota State University Carrington (N.D.) Research and Extension Center has a field school you might be interested in attending.
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