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Ag News from NDSU

  • 4-H’ers Excel in N.D. 4-H Horse Contests  (2018-04-20)  Teams and individuals competed in horse judging, hippology, demonstration, public speaking and quiz bowl events.  FULL STORY
  • Stretch Forage Resources Until Pasture Turnout  (2018-04-19)  Producers may need to think outside of their traditional feeding strategy.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics Banquet Kicks Off Centennial Year  (2018-04-17)  An assistant professor, the student services and advising director, and scholarship recipients were recognized.  FULL STORY
  • N.D. Angus Calf Feed-out Program Set  (2018-04-17)  Producers will learn how their Angus-sired cattle could perform in a feedlot.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Works to Improve Soil Health  (2018-04-16)  Conversations with producers and demonstration plots are among the ways Extension helps improve the health of North Dakota soils.  FULL STORY
  • Work Safely Around Grain  (2018-04-13)  Make sure everyone working around stored grain understands the hazards and proper safety procedures.  FULL STORY
  • Adequate Nutrition Vital for Lactating Cows  (2018-04-13)  The timing of calving, the dam's age, and forage quality and availability determine the most appropriate feeding strategy.  FULL STORY
  • Youth Place at 4-H Archery Indoor Championships  (2018-04-13)  Dickey, Steele/Traill and Morton County teams take first place.  FULL STORY
  • Good Feed Management Helps Prevent Weak Calves  (2018-04-12)  Bad weather and poor cow nutrition are the leading causes of weak calf syndrome.  FULL STORY
  • Several Factors May Contribute to Beef Cattle Pregnancy Losses  (2018-04-11)  Develop good herd health and vaccination strategies to minimize losses.  FULL STORY
Columns
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Crested Wheatgrass Needs Grazing Management  (2018-04-19)  A good stand of crested wheatgrass has the capacity to meet cows’ and calves’ nutritional requirements.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: 6 Steps to Making a Salad in a Jar  (2018-04-19)  Filling a quart jar with a variety of veggies, fruits, protein and grains can provide you with a balanced meal.  FULL STORY
 
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