Passing a new farm bill took more than two years.
Working out details, particularly ones involving livestock disaster programs, won’t take as long, says Aaron Krauter, the executive state director of the North Dakota Farm Service Agency.
U.S. farmers and farm group leaders aren’t entirely happy with the next farm bill, but they’re pleased to be on the verge of having one.
It’s two months into the Australian summer and many sugarcane growers and ag producers there need rain badly, a sugarcane industry official says.
More than 350 exhibitors and an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 people are expected to attend the show, the region’s biggest indoor wintertime ag show. It runs through Friday.
The doors open at 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. all three days. Admission and parking are free.
Backers of a proposed $1.7 billion nitrogen fertilizer plant in Grand Forks, N.D., have reached a fundraising goal.
CWB, formerly known as the Canadian Wheat Board, has expanded its ownership stake in a west-central Saskatchewan grain handling organization.
Northern Beef Packers in Aberdeen, S.D., won’t receive a $5 million loan from the state Board of Economic Development.
Two North Dakota growers and a scientist win awards at recent Potato Expo.
Minnesota cattle producers have until Friday, Jan. 17, to request ballots for a referendum on increasing the state beef checkoff.
Zero tillage, once outside the mainstream of Northern Plains agriculture, is now a widely used farming practice.
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