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  • Health-care Researchers Seek North Dakota Voices for Research Study  (2019-05-22)  The study is a chance for consumers to make their voices heard about their experiences with health insurance.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Extension Crop Management Field School Set for June 19 at Carrington  (2019-05-17)  The June 19 crop management field school will provide updates on crop, pest and soil management recommendations using hands-on training in field demonstration plots and research trials.   FULL STORY
  • Farmers Encouraged to Plan and Budget for High Fertilizer Prices  (2019-05-16)  Pre-pricing fertilizers in the late fall and winter months when fertilizer prices typically are lower could save farmers money.   FULL STORY
  • Now is the Time to Prevent Crabgrass  (2019-05-15)  Crabgrass seeds begin to germinate when the soil temperature consistently reaches 55 degrees.  FULL STORY
  • Oliver County 4-H Places 4th in National Range Judging Contest  (2019-05-14)  Team members identified 20 different plants as part of the contest.  FULL STORY
  • Grazing Too Early Can Decrease Forage Production, Warns NDSU Specialist  (2019-05-10)  Turning livestock out on grass too early can have long-term impacts on grasslands.  FULL STORY
  • Proposed Bill Could Provide Family Farm Debt Relief  (2019-05-06)  If passed, the Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019 will increase the debt limit to $10 million.  FULL STORY
  • ND 4-H Members Learn and Share at National 4-H Conference  (2019-05-03)  Four North Dakota 4-H members recently attended National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C., and they say their experiences will last a lifetime.  FULL STORY
  • NDSU Makes Corn Planting Recommendations  (2019-05-03)  North Dakota farmers intend to plant a record number of acres.   FULL STORY
  • June 17-20 Extension Youth Conference has Leadership Focus  (2019-05-03)  The 2019 Extension Youth Conference will help young people “Launch into Leadership.”   FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: De-stress with Gardening  (2019-05-23)  According to researchers, gardening can be beneficial for mental, physical and social health.  FULL STORY
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