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ND Mill president to receive $62k bonus
The president and general manager of the nation’s only state-owned mill will receive a $61,857 bonus after a prosperous year in which the mill generated nearly $13.4 million in profits, the second highest in its 92-year history.
Wednesday, December, 17, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Recommendations for calf health, nutrition
BROOKINGS, S.D. — Minimizing the stress of weaning, marketing and shipping can have a large impact on the bottom line.
Monday, December, 15, 2014 - - News

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Traders worry Russia could use other tools to curb exports
MOSCOW — Exporters of Russian wheat have cut prices to try to speed up sales abroad before the government possibly introduces curbs to replenish its own stocks and prevent rises in the cost of bread, traders and analysts say.
Monday, December, 15, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Russian wheat exporters cut prices as state looks to curb outflow
Exporters of Russian wheat have cut prices to try to speed up sales abroad before the government possibly introduces curbs to replenish its own stocks and prevent rises in the cost of bread, traders and analysts say.
Friday, December, 12, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Rancher death trial set to start Tuesday
The trial for a man charged with murder in the shooting death of a Williston, N.D., rancher is set to begin Tuesday in the Ward County Courthouse in Minot. Prosecutors believe Ryan Lee Stensaker, 33, of Williston shot 58-year-old Jack Sjol with a .300 caliber rifle in the head and chest in April of 2013. It’s possible that it was a hit ordered by the outlaw motorcycle gang the Sons of Silence, according to pretrial testimony in the case.
Monday, December, 08, 2014 - - News

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UAE-Egypt to grow desert wheat
Egypt and two companies from its strong backer United Arab Emirates have embarked on an ambitious plan to grow wheat in the desert that could boost the Cairo government’s credibility, if successful. Egypt, the world’s biggest wheat importer, has long aspired to become self-sufficient in its staple food through various schemes, including reclaiming land in its desert wastelands.
Monday, December, 08, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Price swings good for alternative crops
With prospects for lack-luster returns for corn and soybeans in 2015, some farmers in the region are thinking alternative crops could fit into a new, profitable future.
Monday, December, 08, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Cattle feed additive sparks controversy
Harvey Dietrich has spent more than three decades in the cattle business and operates Arizona’s 750,000-acre Diamond A Ranch. He’s also a critic of a controversial feed additive he says hurts the U.S. cattle industry’s credibility and reputation.
Monday, December, 08, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Nokota horse conservancy facing dispersal
Frank Kuntz awakens every morning to the reality that 280 living creatures depend upon him for food, water and protection. It’s a responsibility at once terrifying if it went wrong, and profoundly rewarding if it went right.
Friday, December, 05, 2014 - Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune - News

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ND state-owned flour mill poised for major expansion
When North Dakota opened the nation’s only state-owned flour mill in the early 1900s, it stood as a symbol of defiance. Tired of shipping wheat to Minneapolis mills, only to receive a lower price to offset the cost of shipping, North Dakota farmers turned to the state, which built its own flour mill to give them a better price.
Tuesday, December, 02, 2014 - Minnesota Public Radio News - News

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New immigration estimate nearly double original number
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration could relieve as many as 450,000 farmworkers and more spouses from fear of deportation — close to twice the original estimate, according to Farmworker Justice, a nonprofit group that works with migrant and seasonal farm-workers.
Monday, December, 01, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Farming relationships will be crucial in 2015
A few weeks ago I had looked at some breakevens on corn and soybeans for 2015 and, unfortunately, they did not look very good.
Monday, November, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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2014 farm bill is 'immense bundle of subsidies'
In a series of toughly worded articles published in Choices, the quarterly journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, nearly every major element of the 2014 farm bill.
Monday, November, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Farmers fight for control of Lake Oahe lands
Herb Grenz looks across the expanse of his crops on the east side of the Missouri River and wonders if the 2015 North Dakota Legislature will offer any solutions for persistent weed infestation and land ownership issues he’s had with the federal management of land along Lake Oahe for more than 50 years.
Monday, November, 24, 2014 - Agweek - News

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American Crystal crop estimated at $37 per ton
American Crystal Sugar Co. has come out with an initial payment projection of $37 per ton for 2014 crop beets — a dollar lower than last year’s projection at this date and likely a money-loser for farmers and shareholders, if realized.
Monday, November, 17, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Simplot's Innate GMO potato approved
Twenty years after scientists at North Dakota State University were among the first to conduct genetically modified potato research trials in the U.S., J.R. Simplot Co. has received U.S. Department of Agriculture approval for deregulation of a GMO potato. USDA approved Innate, a potato developed from other potato genes so it produces fewer acrylamides when fried. Anti-GMO groups are pressing for USDA to reverse its Nov. 7 decision. Clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected within weeks, according to Simplot.
Thursday, November, 13, 2014 - Agweek - News

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American Crystal releases preliminary crop payment estimate
American Crystal Sugar Co. has come out with an initial payment projection of $37 per ton for 2014 crop beets — a dollar lower than last year’s projection at this date and likely a money-loser for farmers and shareholders, if realized.
Thursday, November, 13, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Cool weather slows corn drying process
BROOKINGS, S.D. — When corn reaches maturity, the moisture content of the kernel is generally between 30 and 35 percent. Weather this time of year can have a major impact on how quickly corn or other grain reaches maturity and will dry to a moisture content acceptable for storage or sale, explains Bob Fanning, South Dakota State University Extension plant pathology field specialist.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - - News

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Looking back at planting decisions
This spring, for the second straight year, many area farmers decided to continue planting well into summer rather than quit planting and collect federal crop insurance.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Despite record US harvest, no major export sales
CHICAGO — The largest U.S. grain harvest in history has pushed prices to four-year lows, which usually means a sales bonanza for the world’s largest food exporter. Not this year.
Monday, October, 27, 2014 - Reuters - News

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