Weather Forecast



Jennie-O gains ground with 'ground'
3 hours 1 min ago
Man camp permit OK’d as $400 million North Dakota fertilizer plant construction nears
3 hours 20 min ago
Fishkill linked to egg-laying operation
3 hours 29 min ago
Opinion: Bird flu concerns return
4 hours 9 min ago
USDA offers help to improve sources of bee food
7 hours 5 min ago
Beet truck driver hurt in rollover near Ada, Minn.
9 hours 3 min ago
Two killed in Minnesota after pickup collides with truck hauling beets
9 hours 13 min ago
Minn. protesters take aim at McDonald's, potato giant over water use, pesticides
10 hours 45 min ago
Thailand approves $110 million to help farmers combat drought
10 hours 58 min ago
Study finds split in Kansas farmland values
11 hours 20 min ago
Questions on rental rates
12 hours 36 min ago
Scottish company steps up effort to make biofuel from whisky
October 5, 2015 - 1:45pm

Agweek Video Marketplace


Inside Agweek

Chris Scott (center) and a colleague from Case-IH talk with a customer at Dakotafest in Mitchell, S.D., about why he should buy a 2504 Self-Propelled windrower with a 19-foot disk header. The machine comes with a "merger" that allows it to windrow on top of or next to a neighboring windrow from the previous pass., Travis White (left) and Jordan Thiry retrofit a 2014 combine to put AccuGuide ready at Scott Supply Co., the Case-IH dealer in Mitchell, S.D. They put a hydraulic valve on and all of the wiring to make it AccuGuide Ready., Chris Scott is the fourth-generation owner and sales manager of Scott Implement of Mitchell, S.D

FARGO, N.D. — The spring wheat harvest moves forward in the region, as fall-like conditions have set in. Agweek’s visits were in connection with the trip to central South ...


FARGO, N.D. — Nick Sinner, the former executive director of the Red River Valley Sugar Beet Growers Association, has been hired by the Minnesota-South Dakota Equipment Dealers Association in ...

, ,

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Tom Peters is often asked if he “works with weed resistance.”
“I say, no I do not: I work with weeds management,” says Peters, a sugar ...