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Carrington Research Extension Center Beef Production Field Day Set

By from All News. Published on Jun 17, 2021.

The beef production field day will be held on July 20.

Prairie Fare: Add Some Pulse Foods to Your Menu

By from All News. Published on Jun 17, 2021.

Pulses are rich in protein, fiber and many vitamins and minerals.

Drought Creating Forage Shortage

By from All News. Published on Jun 15, 2021.

Ranchers who have tame grass pastures or hay land should expect at least a 50% reduction in forage production.

Producers Have Options for Managing Drought-affected Alfalfa

By from All News. Published on Jun 15, 2021.

Alfalfa is one of the most economically important hay crops impacted by drought.

Dakota Gardener: Working in the Garden With Kids

By from All News. Published on Jun 15, 2021.

When gardening with kids, keep in mind that they will take to gardening in different ways, depending on their age and personalities.

Early Weaning a Drought Management Strategy

By from All News. Published on Jun 10, 2021.

Early weaning can help reduce pressure on native pastures and extend forage supplies for adult beef cows.

Prairie Fare: Handle Flour Safely When Baking at Home

By from All News. Published on Jun 10, 2021.

Flour technically is a “raw” food and it should be heated prior to eating.

Extension to Host Goat, Sheep Internal Parasites Webinar

By from All News. Published on Jun 09, 2021.

Internal parasites are the No. 1 concern for sheep and goat producers.

Dakota Gardener: North Dakota’s Top Fruit is a Secret Wonder

By from All News. Published on Jun 08, 2021.

North Dakota has more acres of aronia than any other fruit.

Drought Conditions Favorable for Toxic Cyanobacteria

By from All News. Published on Jun 07, 2021.

Producers and the public should be on the lookout for cyanobacteria blooms.
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