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“Sound Ag Advice” presented by NDSU Extension, features NDSU Extension specialists and staff talking about current crop and livestock issues. “Sound Ag Advice” is free and can be used in any way you see fit.

 

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09/12/13 Sound Ag Advice 018

Why are corn prices going down while soybean prices are rising? Frayne Olson, NDSU Extension crop marketing specialist, has the answer.

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09/05/13 Sound Ag Advice 017

Andy Swenson, NDSU Farm and Resource Management Specialist, feels there is a good possibility that we have seen the last of rising land values.

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08/29/13 Sound Ag Advice 016

North Dakotans saw the weather change from wet and cool to hot and dry in just a short period of time. Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota’s state climatologist and assistant professor of climatology at NDSU will tell us why that happened.

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08/22/13 Sound Ag Advice 015

Why are entomologists concerned about the first-time detection in North Dakota of the spotted-wing drosophila? Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension service entomologist, has the answer.

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08/15/13 Sound Ag Advice 014

Beef cattle producers can save money by doing early pregnancy checks on their cattle, says Carl Dahlen, North Dakota State University Extension Service beef cattle specialist.

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08/08/13 Sound Ag Advice 013

Rich Zollinger, NDSU Extension Service weed specialist and professor, discusses the seriousness of glyphosate resistant weeds in North Dakota.

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08/01/13 Sound Ag Advice 012

With harvest just around the corner, it’s time for producers to clean out their grain bins, says Ken Hellevang, NDSU Extension Service agricultural engineer.

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07/25/13 Sound Ag Advice 011

Carl Dahlen, NDSU Extension Service beef cattle specialist says some pre-breeding management and intervention during the breeding season can mean a more successful breeding season.

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07/18/13 Sound Ag Advice 010

NDSU Extension Service swine specialist, David Newman, talks about Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea in pigs that has spread to 15 states, including Minnesota and South Dakota.

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07/11/13 Sound Ag Advice 009

NDSU Extension Service Dairy Specialist, J.W. Schroeder discusses various ways to cool off cattle during the hot days of summer.

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North Dakota producers should scout their fields for cereal aphids, says Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension Service entomologist.

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06/27/13 Ag Sound Advice 007

Jared LeBoldus, NDSU Extension plant pathologist and assistant professor talks about the increase in spruce tree diseases.

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There has been a great deal of media coverage about the devastating tornadoes that have hit Oklahoma and other states. This week’s Sound Ag Advice program talks with Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota’s state climatologist and assistant professor of climatology at NDSU, about tornadoes in North Dakota.

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Now is the time for livestock producers to get their animals vaccinated against anthrax. That is the message from Charlie Stoltenow, NDSU Extension Service veterinarian. One case of anthrax already has been reported in North Dakota.

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Nature's clock is beyond the optimal planting time and wet conditions in areas of the state may continue. This will prevent some producers from seeding all their acres before the dates that crop insurance coverage starts to decrease. An alternative is prevented-planting. Andy Swenson, NDSU farm and family financial specialist talks about the pros and cons of prevented-planting.

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This week, Kevin Sedivec, NDSU Extension rangeland management specialist, talks about how the long, cool, snowy winter slowed grass growth on rangeland this spring.

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NDSU Extension Service agronomist Joel Ransom discusses some of the issues surrounding late planting.

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