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Love & Logic Oct 07, 2014 - Nov 11, 2014 — Trinity Lutheran Church - 523 4th Ave SE Jamestown, ND
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Discover the Trails

HikingDiscover the Trails

in Jamestown, ND
 
The Jamestown Healthy Lifestyle Coalition has created a unique guide to the walking and biking trails in Jamestown. This guide features difficulty levels of the trails, helpful hints, a calorie use chart, and more!
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Farmers Union Contribution Supports NDSU Quentin Burdick Center

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 30, 2014.

The Quentin Burdick Center for Cooperatives promotes education to college students about cooperatives.

Prairie Fare: Hand Washing Really Does Cut Illness Rates

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 30, 2014.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention refers to hand washing as the single most important means of preventing the spread of disease.

BeefTalk: Change, It’s in Your Mind

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 30, 2014.

The needs of today’s cattle industry are not the same as yesteryear’s needs.

Capitalism and Society Lecture Scheduled for Nov. 6

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 29, 2014.

NDSU Sets Conference on Ag Product Handling and Transportation

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 29, 2014.

Participants will identify important and emerging issues related to transporting agricultural products to final domestic and international markets and discuss alternative solutions.

Fall Tillers Not Free Forage

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 28, 2014.

As a result of the current favorable conditions, this year’s fall tillers have grown to an unprecedented 9 to 12 inches tall and have produced considerable herbage.

Now is Time to Protect Sewer Vents From Freezing

By ecrawford from All News. Published on Oct 24, 2014.

Taking steps now can prevent sewer vents from freezing this winter.

N.D. Dairy Convention Set for Nov. 5

By ecrawford from All News. Published on Oct 24, 2014.

The theme of this year’s convention is the past, present and future of the dairy industry.

Spotlight on Economics: China’s Growing Demand for Meat

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 24, 2014.

Recent studies suggest that total average per capita meat consumption in China could grow from about 60 kilograms in 2010 to nearly 100 kg per person per year by 2030.

2014 NDSU Harvest Bowl Agribusiness Award Recipient Named

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 24, 2014.

Jerry Doan, a leader in North Dakota agriculture, was the first chair of the State Board of Agricultural Research and Education.

Prairie Fare: Take Steps to Prevent Kitchen Fires

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 23, 2014.

Kitchen fires are the most common cause of home fires.

BeefTalk: It’s Time to Buy That New Recliner

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 23, 2014.

This is the time to make good on that long-promised opportunity to do something for the family and ranch help.

Protect Livestock From Sweet Clover Disease

By ecrawford from All News. Published on Oct 22, 2014.

Sweet clover contains a high level of a chemical that can be converted to an anticoagulant.

NDSU Publication Provides Summary of N.D. Farm Financial Performance

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 21, 2014.

In 2013, more than 70 percent of the farms were crop farms and the median age of a farm operator was 48.

Prairie Fare: Onions Add Flavor, Potential Health Benefits to Your Menu

By rmattern from All News. Published on Oct 16, 2014.

Most people consume about 20 pounds of onions per year. In fact, we are eating 70 percent more onions than we did just a few years ago.
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