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Investigate Before Buying Livestock Feed   ( 2017-08-30 )
Producers need to beware of scams and know what they’re buying because feed quality can vary.
BeefTalk: Diversity Helps Mitigate Drought Effects   ( 2017-08-17 )
Healthy soil is critical to effective, sustainable farming practices.
BeefTalk: Managing Drought Through Proper Soil Health   ( 2017-08-10 )
The effective mitigation of drought is improved soil health and using the available moisture more effectively.
Annual Cover Crops a Forage Source   ( 2017-07-21 )
Warm-season forages will be the best hay production option for planting this late in the growing season.
N.D. in Worst Drought Since 2006   ( 2017-07-21 )
Fourteen counties have exceptional drought status.
Drought-stressed Canola Possible Forage for Livestock   ( 2017-07-20 )
Canola has a nutrient content that’s similar to alfalfa.
Livestock Nitrate Poisoning Risk Increases During Drought   ( 2017-06-30 )
NDSU Extension specialists offer tips on preventing nitrate poisoning.
FeedList Connects Livestock Feed Buyers, Sellers   ( 2017-06-14 )
The FeedList is a resource for feed sellers and buyers.
Failing to Plan for Drought is Planning to Fail   ( 2017-06-07 )
NDSU Extension specialists offer livestock producers suggestions for dealing with drought.
Should Drought-stressed Alfalfa Be Clipped?   ( 2017-06-06 )
Clipping drought-stressed alfalfa will not help it regrow faster when rainfall or moisture comes back.
Drought Creeps Deeper Into N.D.   ( 2017-06-01 )
Dry conditions likely will persist throughout the summer.
BeefTalk: The Wind, Soil and Grass Are Dry   ( 2017-06-01 )
Drought is the concern this year, so sort cattle into groups that could be sold if necessary.
Elgin-ND Hard Red Spring Wheat Available   ( 2015-02-23 )
Elgin-ND is the first North Dakota State University hard red spring wheat cultivar that combines high yield and good quality.
NDSU Releases Two-rowed Barley Variety   ( 2015-01-26 )
ND Genesis seems adapted to all parts of North Dakota and adjacent areas of Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota.
Spotlight on Economics: Does the Way We Manage Water Change as Needs Change?   ( 2015-01-13 )
The rules for managing water often are complex and subject to court cases.
NDSU Releases Corn Inbreds   ( 2014-12-01 )
Experiments included top hybrid checks recommended by the industry in target environments, including western and northern North Dakota.
NDAWN Celebrates 25 Years   ( 2014-09-03 )
The network provides weather data that is used in developing various agricultural models.
NDSU Sets Extension Service Educational Activities at Big Iron   ( 2014-08-22 )
The NDSU Big Iron field demonstrations will focus on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) agricultural applications.
NDSU Prevented-planting Website Provides Help Analyzer   ( 2014-06-09 )
The program uses partial budgeting to compare the economics of prevented-planting with growing the same crop, for which a prevented-planting payment could be received, or some other crop.
Spotlight on Economics: A Changing Paradigm for Conservation Decisions   ( 2014-06-03 )
It became clear that the farmers interviewed are, in fact, using economic criteria in their decision rather than what initially appeared to be convenience factors. They just did not use the specific economic criterion I expected.

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