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  • Aldrich C. Bloomquist Lectureship Set for March 27  (2018-03-20)  The president and chief executive officer at Denver, Colo.-based CoBank is the featured speaker.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Releases Pulse Crop Insect Diagnostic Series  (2018-03-19)  It features integrated pest management (IPM) tools for managing major insect pests of pulse crops.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU to Host Sheep Ultrasound Certification School  (2018-03-19)  Qualified attendees will become certified ultrasound technicians with training to measure carcass muscling and fat traits for estimated breeding values.  FULL STORY
  • N.D. Youth Represent 4-H at National Ag Day  (2018-03-16)  The youth will participate in leadership and advocacy training on agricultural issues.  FULL STORY
  • Proper Timing of Pasture Turnout Critical for Drought Recovery  (2018-03-16)  Grazing too early in the spring can result in decreased forage production the entire grazing season.  FULL STORY
  • Ag Tile Drainage Design Workshop Set  (2018-03-09)  The workshop will focus on the basics of planning and designing agricultural tile drainage systems.  FULL STORY
  • Citizen Scientists Needed to Observe Rain, Snow in N.D.  (2018-03-06)  This is North Dakotans’ opportunity to become part of the state’s climatological history.  FULL STORY
  • Selling Seed Into Canada Has Risks  (2018-02-27)  Understanding seed intellectual property rights laws helps maintain the integrity of the seed industry in North Dakota.  FULL STORY
  • Keep Stored Grain Cool During Spring and Summer  (2018-02-20)  Keeping grain as cool as possible will limit insect activity.  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
BeefTalk: BeefTalk: When Dry, Focus on Heifers and the Young Cows  (2018-03-22)  Cattle management during drought is about minimizing herd total weight to match the available forage while maintaining calf numbers.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Are Eggs Healthful?  (2018-03-22)  Eggs are a good source of protein and a chemical that helps with brain, nerve and, potentially, memory health.  FULL STORY
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