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A fire destroys a North Dakota grain elevator, experts say there are only 60 years of farming left if soil degradation conties and an appropriations bill would prevent a second beef checkoff and require a report on COOL.
Monday, December, 15, 2014 - Agweek - News

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ND wild horses subject of contraceptive experiment
Dan Baker is not like an expectant dad waiting to find out if it’s a boy or a girl. He’s the opposite, hoping to hear that all the pregnancy tests come back negative. Baker, a research biologist at Colorado State University’s animal reproduction and biotechnology laboratory, is the man in charge of an experimental contraception program in the wild horse herd at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Friday, December, 12, 2014 - Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune - 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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Proper cow nutrition saves future headaches
Cattle roundups have occurred at an elevated pace recently. A cherished goal is extra days of grazing, but weather trumps almost everything. The many forgotten little things are the real driving forces determining when the cattle need to come home.
Monday, December, 01, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Stockmen’s Association offers reward for stolen cattle
Chad Weigel is convinced that 20 calves were rustled from the family ranch pasture near Napoleon, N.D., southeast of Bismarck, and he hopes a $24,000 reward will entice someone to tell authorities who took them.
Monday, November, 24, 2014 - - News

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Traditions worth keeping
I found myself singing a little lullaby to our 6-year-old daughter the other night, one that my mother used to sing to us as children, and I wondered if anyone else in the world knew the song.
Monday, November, 17, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Fuel standard good for US economy
Imagine a future where America controls its own energy destiny — a future in which we stop spending $1 billion per day on foreign oil and start investing those funds to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure and help pay down the debt, all while creating well-paying American jobs and growing our economy at home.
Monday, November, 17, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Farm, animal groups ‘generally pleased’ with ND animal cruelty law
Groups that crafted an animal cruelty bill approved by the North Dakota Legislature last year are “generally pleased” with how the law is working and aren’t seeking any changes to it, a livestock association spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Wednesday, October, 29, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Meeting addresses TIF option for Tabor, SD, grain facility
The Bon Homme (S.D.) County Commission is discussing a tax increment financing district, or TIF, to help pay for the infrastructure that will go with the proposed $30 million grain shuttle loading facility to be built by Dakota Plains Ag Center west of Tabor.
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Nearly 400 bison removed from Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s South Unit
This week, Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s staff began a roundup to remove nearly 400 bison from the 110-square-mile South Unit. The roundup is part of a regularly-scheduled reduction of bison population to maintain the health of the park’s animals and the grassland that they feed on. An estimated 200 bison will remain at the park when the roundup is complete.
Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Former Walhalla, ND, ethanol plant creates foundation for local entrepreneurs
The former ADM Corn Ethanol Plant, which laid off about 60 people — more than 5 percent of the Walhalla, N.D., workforce — when it closed in 2012, is slowly coming back to life.
Tuesday, October, 14, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Conference tackles ag transport issues, new N.D. rules govern fertilizer content and N.D. woman acquitted in deaths of seven horses.
Monday, October, 13, 2014 - Agweek - News

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ND woman acquitted in deaths of seven horses
A Barnes County, N.D., woman accused in the starvation deaths of seven horses has been found not guilty of animal neglect. District Judge Jay Schmitz ruled that the prosecution did not prove that Ginger Helland, 30, of Kathryn willfully failed to provide enough food and water for the horses. The judge’s decision came Oct. 8 after a half-day bench trial.
Thursday, October, 09, 2014 - - News

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Winter Storm Atlas one year later
Gary Cammack says ranchers who stop in at his Cammack Ranch Supply store in Union Center, S.D., have been commenting about how the clouds, mist and fog in some of the waning days of September remind them of the weather just before the blizzard that hit the region Oct. 3 to 5, 2013.
Monday, October, 06, 2014 - Agweek - News

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ND man convicted of horse deaths gets year in jail
On Sept. 24, William Kiefer ran out of second chances. The 64-year-old Fargo, N.D., man who in January had pleaded guilty to nine counts of animal cruelty, in both Burleigh and Morton county cases, was sentenced to one year at the Morton County Correctional Center after he pleaded guilty to violating his probation in both cases.
Thursday, September, 25, 2014 - Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune - News

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A Minnesota woman pleads guilty to starving horses, a South Dakota woman is named to the USDA advisory council and FAO says the world's food prices are near a four-year low.
Monday, September, 15, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Park Rapids, Minn., woman pleads guilty in horse deaths
Minden Ann Crenshaw, 28, pleaded guilty to mistreating or abusing animals. The emaciated horses were found tied to a tree April 19. They were deceased and obviously the victims of neglect. Their ribs were protruding beneath their skin. One horse had broken free of its tether but dropped in place and died.
Monday, September, 08, 2014 - - News

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Recycling old Minn. barns gives ex-offenders new skills
When Scott Tempel and his wife Kara bought their 13-acre farm in Scott County, Minn., a year and a half ago, it came with a storybook dairy barn that had faded red boards, a steep metal roof and an old brick silo. There was only one problem: It was falling apart.
Tuesday, September, 02, 2014 - Minnesota Public Radio News - News

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Library lost: remembering the stories
A Scandinavian friend of mine once told me an African proverb. It said, “When an old man dies, a library has burned to the ground.” I thought of that when I was asked to eulogize my mother’s “Norwegian rancher bachelor” cousin, Orlin.
Monday, August, 25, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Calves prepare for independent life
As ranchers get ready for preweaning shots and deworming, the calves are in the homestretch. They’re starting to get a little hay and grain to supplement the fading grass and prepare them for independent life in September.
Monday, August, 25, 2014 - Agweek - News

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