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Ag News from NDSU

  • Minimize Consequences of Poor Body Condition at Calving  (2017-03-28)  A poor body condition at calving can have long-term impacts.  FULL STORY
  • Evaluate Pasture Rental Rates Before Renewing Contract  (2017-03-27)  Rental rates depend on a number of factors.  FULL STORY
  • Learn How to Commercialize Your Ideas  (2017-03-24)  The workshop is set for May 2-3 in Bismarck.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension to Host Brine Spill Discussions  (2017-03-22)  Landowners can share information and learn about treatment practices.  FULL STORY
  • Inspiring Legendary Leaders Conference Coming to Bismarck  (2017-03-21)  The event will inspire participants to enhance their personal and community leadership skills.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Develops Grazing Management Tools  (2017-03-20)  These tools can help producers determine carrying capacity and stocking rates.  FULL STORY
  • 4-H Youth See Citizenship in Action  (2017-03-17)  4-H’ers learned how state laws are made, met legislators and gained leadership skills.  FULL STORY
  • Farm/Ranch Succession Coordinator Training Set  (2017-03-17)  Succession coordinators help farm and ranch families transition their operation to the next generation.  FULL STORY
  • Producers Will Receive Maximum Farm Bill Payments for Wheat in 2017  (2017-03-15)  These payments, based on the 2016 crop year, will be made sometime after Oct. 1, 2017.   FULL STORY
  • Farm Bill Conference Set  (2017-03-13)  Insurance programs, conservation and trade are among the topics that will be covered.  FULL STORY
Columns
Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: Accessing Agriculture’s Big Data  (2017-03-02)  The general question appears to be “who can do what” with respect to agriculture’s big data.  FULL STORY
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: Cattle and Sheep Together a Good Thing  (2017-03-23)  Specialization may not always be the answer on a beef operation.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Celebrate N.D. Agriculture’s Contribution to Your Menus  (2017-03-23)  North Dakota is the top producer of several crops.  FULL STORY
 
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