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Ag News from NDSU

  • Keep Stored Grain Cool During Spring and Summer  (2018-02-20)  Keeping grain as cool as possible will limit insect activity.  FULL STORY
  • Income Tax Filing Deadline is March 1 for Agricultural Producers  (2018-02-20)  NDSU Extension Service Farm Economist Ron Haugen shares some items to note for 2017 income tax preparation.  FULL STORY
  • 2018 Wheat Midge Forecast Lowest on Record  (2018-02-15)  Less than 1 percent of the soil samples had economic population densities of wheat midge.  FULL STORY
  • Produce Safety Training Set  (2018-02-14)  Postharvest handling and sanitation, and worker health, hygiene and training are among the topics that will be covered.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Direct Contacts Top 1 Million  (2018-02-13)  Extension’s direct contacts increased 33 percent in the last five years.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Launches ‘Healthwise for Guys’  (2018-02-13)  Cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure and obesity are among the topics covered.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Sheep Unit to Host Lambing Workshop  (2018-02-12)  Lambing barn management and ewe nutrition and health are among the topics that will be covered during the workshop.  FULL STORY
  • Hazardous Substance Reporting May Affect Producers  (2018-02-09)  For livestock operations, reportable substances would include ammonia and hydrogen sulfide, which are in all livestock waste.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Hosting Brine Spill Discussions  (2018-02-06)  Landowners will have an opportunity to share information and concerns about brine spills.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Service Projects Commodity Prices for 2018  (2018-01-31)  The publication shows 2018 price projections for crops and livestock produced in the state and price estimates for future years.  FULL STORY
Columns
Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: NAFTA Renegotiation and Issues Related to Sweetener Trade  (2018-02-07)  Sugar and other sweeteners could be an issue in NAFTA renegotiations.  FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Do Not Be Afraid to Moderate Cow Size, But Select Good Bulls  (2018-02-22)  Producers need to use the management and genetics that fit their operation and adapt accordingly.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: When in Doubt, Throw It Out  (2018-02-22)  Perishable food should spend no more than two hours at room temperature.  FULL STORY
 
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