Sugar beets are an agricultural cornerstone of the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota and western Montana.
It’s no coincidence that the International Sugarbeet Institute, billed as North America’s largest sugar beet trade show, is held each year in the heart of the Red River Valley.
Wheat and soybean prices are higher than a year ago.
With the start of spring's work nearing, area farmers are finishing up their preparations. The one thing they can't control, of course, is the weather.
Farmers on the Northern Plains have heard a lot about soil health recently. They’ll be hearing a lot more in the years ahead, speakers at a soil health conference say.
Northwest Minn. aggies have high hopes for 2013, despite subsoil moisture shortages.
But don’t get overconfident, ag economist advises.
Ag professionals at the International Crop Expo in Grand Forks, N.D., Feb. 21 talk about coping with volatile times.
International Crops Expo speaker says U.S. potato industry is no longer on the defensive.
‘Lead the conversation’ with passion, ag advocate says.
Growing complexity and volatility in agriculture is causing some landowners, especially ones with limited ag knowledge, to hire a professional farm manager. Farmers have a mixed view of that.
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