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Ag News from NDSU

  • Coccidiosis Affecting Young Calves  (2017-05-24)  Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease that affects several animal species, including cattle.  FULL STORY
  • Talk to Children About Terrorism  (2017-05-23)  Adults need to help children cope with and process events such as the terrorist attack in Manchester, England.  FULL STORY
  • N.D. Farm Performance Rebounds in 2016  (2017-05-22)  The big positive influence on farm financial performance in 2016 was yields.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Crop Management Field School Set for June 15  (2017-05-19)  The program is designed for crop advisers, but it also will benefit farmers.  FULL STORY
  • Consider Implants for Suckling Calves  (2017-05-17)  All growth-promoting implants are approved and regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Studies Impact of Planting Dates on Dry Edible Beans  (2017-05-11)  Research shows producers have a wide range of time for planting.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Sets Conference on Hybrid Cattail Management  (2017-05-11)  Presentations will include management relevant to wildlife and habitat enhancement.   FULL STORY
  • North Dakotans Receive Sustainable Ag Grants  (2017-05-10)  The grants are for cover crop, insect control and soil health projects.  FULL STORY
  • Ransom Honored with National Volunteer Service Award  (2017-05-09)  He has contributed more than 100 years hours of volunteer service.  FULL STORY
  • 4-H Youth Conference Focusing on Leadership  (2017-05-09)  This year’s conference runs from June 19 to 22.  FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Proactive Cow Penning  (2017-05-18)  Being prepared makes changes more tolerable and less stressful.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Do You Have Any Dietary Restrictions?  (2017-05-18)  Dietary restrictions can make eating and menu planning a little more difficult at times.  FULL STORY
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