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Dry Creek Ranch- the Next Generation

Each ranching operation is unique in its own right, the Dry Creek Ranch is no exception. Join Adams County ANR Extension agent Hannah Nordby along with startup producers Max and Haley Robison as they discusses the joys and trials of ranching in SW North Dakota. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Cow Calf Veterinary Economics

Falls work is upon ranchers, but what exactly does that look like in SW North Dakota? Join Adams County ANR Extension agent Hannah Nordby along with West River Health Clinic's Dr. Bleaux Johnson as they discuss the economic benefits and management strategies associated with pregnancy checking your cattle. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Summer 2020 Herd Health Concerns (August 13, 2020)

Battling pinkeye? Can't seem to keep flies under control? Experiencing your fair share of summer ammonia? What can you as a producer do to address these challenges.Join Hannah Nordby the Adams County ANR Extension agent in a sequel interview with NDSU Veterinarian and Animal Welfare Extension Specialist Gerald Stokka as we will cover those reoccurring herd health concerns. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Sustainability, Stewardship & Sharing your Story (August 6, 2020)

What does it mean to be sustainable in agriculture? How can producers share their story with the general public? What about those tough questions consumers are asking? In part 1 of a two part interview series with NDSU Veterinarian and Animal Welfare Extension Specialist Gerald Stokka as we will cover those tough to answer questions. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas, you’re not going to want to miss out!

NDAWN Stations (July 23, 2020)

What exactly is an NDAWN (North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network) Station? How can farmers utilize this tool? Can it contribute to better production and management practices?Join Hannah Nordby along with Slope County ANR Extension agent Shelby Hewson, producer Alex Nielsen and NDAWN Director Daryl Ritchison as they dive into the heart of the ND Ag Weather Network. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas, you’re not going to want to miss out!

ND Drought Monitor (July 9, 2020)

Join NDSU Ag and Natural resource Extension agent Hannah Nordby and Kurt Froelich along with the state’s climatologist and NDSU assistant professor of climatology Adnan Akyuz to discuss the ND Drought Monitor! How is the drought monitor created, what factors are considered and how does extension tie into the whole scheme. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes when it comes to your operation, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Optimizing Heifer Conception Rates through Nutrition (June 25, 2020)

Join Hannah Nordby the Adams County Agriculture and Natural Resources County Extension agent along with SDSU Cow/Calf Field Specialist Robin Salverson on Agriculture Applied: Innovate, relate, create with NDSU Extension. How can you as a producer achieve optimum conception rates? Are there different approaches to fit changing scenarios? How does body score condition play into the answer? Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes when it comes to your cattle operation, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Water Quality Concerns for 2020 (June 11, 2020)

What should producers be looking for? TDS- not another acronym! Why does water quality even matter? Join Hannah Nordby the Adams County Agriculture and Natural Resources County Extension agent on Agriculture Applied: Innovate, relate, create with NDSU Extension. This week Miranda Meeham and Yolanda Schmidt with NDSU extension will be joining me to discuss water quality concerns for 2020. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Weed Control & Concerns for 2020 (June 4, 2020)

Join Hannah Nordby the Adams County Agriculture and Natural Resources County Extension agent on Agriculture Applied: Innovate, relate, create with NDSU Extension. This week NDSU Extension Weed Specialist, Joe Ikley, and Alecia Harstad an ANR Extension agent for Stutsman County will be coming together to discuss weed control for 2020. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes when it comes to weed control, you’re not going to want to miss out!

Q&A about BQA (May 28, 2020)

Join Hannah Nordby the Adams County Agriculture and Natural Resources County Extension agent along with Lisa Pederson the NDSU Extension Livestock Specialist as we discuss BQA or beef quality assurance, what it consists of and how it is relevant in today’s industry. Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes when it comes to BQA certification, you’re not going to want to miss out!

P's and Q's of Crop Insurance (May 21, 2020)

Plant by, late planting, replant, prevent plant- now that's a lot of P's in one sentence and a LOT of dates to keep track of
Today Jill Bock with New England insurance will be joining me to discuss the ins and outs of crop insurance. Jill and her husband Wade along with their three children farm and ranch in SW ND. Jill began wheeling and dealing with insurance in 2001 and has never looked back! Grab a cup of joe and settle in to ponder innovative ideas and reflect on generational changes as well as brush up on important crop insurance dates for spring 2020- it’s the package deal!

Estrous Synchronization with Natural Service (May 14, 2020)

Maybe you’ve heard of estrous synchronization with AI or artificial insemination but what about pairing it with natural service? Are you wondering if you read that sentence right? Does just the idea make you stop and think for a second? Is that even possible? What are the protocols? Could it fit into your operation? Grab a cup of joe and settle in with SDSU Cow/Calf Field Specialist Robin Salverson and NDSU Extension Adams County ANR agent Hannah Nordby on this week’s episode of Agriculture Applied- it’s sure to be thought provoking!

Determining Grazing Readiness (May 7, 2020)

How you decide when to put cows out to pasture? Degree of growing days? After branding? Because this is when we've turned cows out? Grab a cup of joe to learn about determining grazing readiness the quick and easy way! Join NDSU Extension Specialist Miranda Meham along with County Agents, Rachel Wald and Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

Advocating for Ag in your Everyday Life (April 30, 2020)

Being an ag-vocate is no new term, but it can be challenging and daunting to put your operation and lifestyle out in the public eye. Grab a cup of joe and listen to this success story about how one family run operation is doing their part to educate the promote the agricultural industry in a positive light! Join producer and ag advocate Jackie Christman and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent, Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied

Cover Crops 101 (April 23, 2020)

Cover crops are a hot topic that many producers are talking about, however they can quickly become overwhelming. Grab a cup of joe and listen in about different considerations, questions and the general thought process you should go through before diving in! Join area Extension Cropping Systems Specialist Ryan Buetow and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they discuss cover crops and more on Agriculture Applied!

Part 2: Managing Crop Market Risk 2020 (April 14, 2020)

Back for more? You don't want to miss part 2 of Managing Risk in Volatile Crop Markets! Top off your coffee cup and join Dr. Frayne Olson, NDSU Extension Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist  and Hannah Nordby, Adams County NDSU Extension Agent as they discuss managing risk long term and resources available through NDSU Extension on Agriculture Applied!

 

Part 1: Managing Crop Market Risk 2020 (April 14, 2020)

With circumstances changing day by day and even hour by hour, what does the future crop market for 2020 look like? How should farmers be responding to the current situation? Is a volatile market the new normal? Grab a cup of joe and join NDSU Extension Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist ,  Frayne Olson and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent, Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

 

Managing Livestock Market Risk in 2020 (April 9, 2020)

Volatile, describes  the 2020 livestock market in one word. In times of unknown what can livestock producers do to manage risk? How do you capitalize economically in tight margins? How do some producers manage to stay in the green year after year? Still have feeder calves in April of 2020 and wondering "Now what"? Join NDSU Extension Livestock Marketing Economist, Tim Petry and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent, Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

 

Southwest North Dakota Soybean Population Trial (April 2, 2020)

Looking at growing soybeans but still on the fence line? Wondering about 7' vs 30" drilled rows? Seeding rates? And how do all these factors effect seed protein and oil content? Join Research Agronomist John Rickertsen and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

Gearing up for Planting 2020 (March 26, 2020)

Wondering how to cope with leftover crop residues? What should be on your checklist before you hit the field? Equipment management and much more! Join area extension cropping systems specialist Ryan Buetow and Adams County Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they dive into the nitty gritty details of the 2020 planting season.

A Producers Take on Calving Season (March 19, 2020)

Recently, in episode 1, we heard from NDSU Extension Livestock Specialist Janna Block about pre-calving nutrition requirements. In this follow up segment with Adams County's own Bruce Hagen, listen in to get a producers take on calving preparation and over maintenance of a cow herd. Grab a cup of joe and join Bruce and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they dive into the practical side of ranching and more on Agriculture Applied!

New Variety Releases for the Spring of 2020 (March 12, 2020)

The NDCISA (North Dakota Crop Improvement & Seed Association) just announced their new variety releases for Spring of 2020. Wondering about the new Oat “ND Heart”, Soybean “ND Dickey”, and ND Yellow Pea “ND Dawn”? What is NDCISA anyways? How can farmers take advantage of these opportunities? Join Research Agronomist John Rickertsen and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

Pre-calving Nutrition (Feb. 3, 2020)

Heading into calving season would nutritional information should producers be thinking about? What exactly is going starting in the first trimester and on? How does nutrition play into calves performance not only at birth but down the line? Join NDSU Extension Livestock Specialist Janna Block and Adams County NDSU Extension Agent Hannah Nordby as they answer these questions and more on Agriculture Applied!

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