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The 8th annual Precision Agriculture Summit will be held on Jan. 21-22 at the North Dakota Farmers Union Conference Center in Jamestown. The theme for... [Read More]
Several negative factors in the canola market over the past two weeks has eroded canola prices even further, according to Barry Coleman, executive director of... [Read More]
After a few weeks of modest gains, the canola market plunged downward in early September. [Read More]
This year's field demonstrations during the Big Iron Farm Show, on September 11-13, will feature a new concept - a project that will span at... [Read More]
Greg Busch would like to see some rain. He has been dry now for a month and with the hot weather they have experienced, things... [Read More]
Billed as the largest farm show in the region, the Big Iron Farm Show will have its three-day run Sept. 11-13 at the Red River... [Read More]
A smorgasbord of educational programming has always been an important part of the Big Iron schedule, and this is year is no exception at the... [Read More]
The canola harvest is underway in the region, and thus far results have been favorable, according to Barry Coleman, executive director of the Northern Canola... [Read More]
Despite having rain showers on a regular basis, Donn Nelson completed the rye harvest on his farm in the last week or so. [Read More]
This year's field demonstrations during the Big Iron Farm Show, on September 11-13, will feature a new concept - a project that will span at... [Read More]
The November canola futures have now recovered from their recent low of $485 a ton to $502, which means they have regained almost half of... [Read More]
A warm and dry weather pattern moved the small grain harvest in North Dakota off to a fast start during the week ending Aug. 4.... [Read More]
Those attending the annual Crops and Soils Day at the Northwestern Research Outlook Center heard about insect challenges in crops. In regard to one of... [Read More]
Those attending the livestock tour portion of the recent Carrington Research Extension Center field day, on July 17, were brought up to date on many... [Read More]
Donn Nelson seeded his cover crop on the last day of June, and since then they have had six or seven significant rain events. Many... [Read More]
After using their milking parlor for 31 years, Qual Dairy in Southeast North Dakota decided it was time to install a new facility - one... [Read More]
After several weeks of declining canola prices, it now appears the market has stabilized and hopefully ended the recent price slide, according to Barry Coleman,... [Read More]
The small grain harvest is has started in North Dakota, according to the latest USDA's National Ag Statistics Service (NASS) weekly crop progress and condition... [Read More]
Crop conditions in North Dakota continue to improve slightly or remain the same, according to the weekly USDA National Ag Statistics Service Crop Progress and... [Read More]
Donn Nelson was going to seed his cover crop the next day after our last visit and things went as planned. Using a spreader unit,... [Read More]
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