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First case of bird flu reported in North Dakota
ELLENDALE, N.D. – After the owner of a 40,000 turkey flock in southeast North Dakota reported an increased death rate among his birds, it has been confirmed that the state has its first case of H5 avian influenza.
Monday, April, 13, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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S.D. farm boy turned investment banker creates farm management program
After growing up on a South Dakota farm, Scott Anderson became a Wall Street investment banker. But when his dad retired, he moved back to the family farm near Andover, S.D., and brought some of his Wall Street wisdom with him.
Friday, April, 10, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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U.S. import prices resume downward trend in March
WASHINGTON - U.S. import prices fell in March as rising petroleum costs were offset by declining prices for other goods, a sign of muted inflation that supports the view the Federal Reserve will probably not raise interest rates in June.
Friday, April, 10, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Australia's largest private land owner to sell cattle business
SYDNEY - Australia's largest private land owner will sell its cattle operations, including the world's largest ranch and an area equivalent in size to South Korea, to raise cash for other businesses and investments.
Friday, April, 10, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Bird flu presumed in North Dakota turkey flock
The North Dakota State Board of Animal Health was notified today that samples from a commercial turkey flock in Dickey County tested by the North Dakota State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab are presumed positive for H5 avian influenza after the flock owner reported increased mortality.
Thursday, April, 09, 2015 - - News

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Leaders make wrong move on farm law
North Dakota’s Republican Legislature and the governor have just proven that a one-party system cannot work, whether Republican or Democrat. Absent any real supporting testimony, they have passed a new law that will change the state forever. The strongest anti-corporate farming law in America has just been effectively destroyed.
Wednesday, April, 08, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Energy beet trials show results
I continue to spend part of my time investigating the economic and environmental impacts of beets as an industrial crop. When I got the results of the 2014 yield trials from the Carrington and Langdon Research Extension Centers in North Dakota, I almost fell out of my chair.
Wednesday, April, 08, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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Research focuses on closing yield gap
Crop science researchers at the University of Illinois interested in determining and reducing corn yield gaps are addressing this important issue by taking a systematic approach to the problem.
Tuesday, April, 07, 2015 - University of Illinois - News

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Niche crops shine brighter
Corn, the star of Upper Midwest agriculture in recent years, won't shine quite so brightly in the 2015 growing season, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts. But some small-market crops, particularly lentils and dry peas, are expected to take on extra luster this year.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Manitoba spud deal not set for 2015
Potato producers in Manitoba might see a strengthening production picture because of a weaker Canadian dollar, and because of counter-moves to the export interruptions in Seattle this winter.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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'The pendulum has swung'
Anna Stansbery is going full bore. Calving is underway, and the Carrington, N.D., veterinarian’s services are needed often. Kevin Wolsky, a father of eight, is always busy. But planting season is at hand, and the Carrington farmer soon will be even busier.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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USDA's prospective plantings friendly to wheat
Wheat opened the week beginning March 30 higher as early weather concerns continue to provide support. The weather over the previous weekend was dry for the Western Plains, and the forecast remains dry, as well.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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N.D. potato grower leading national marketing group
Carl Hoverson, a Larimore, N.D., potato grower, was elected 2015 chairman of the U.S. Potato Board at its recent annual meeting. He will spend the next year working to enhance the popularity of potatoes.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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State, feds talk reimbursement for wolf attacks
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- More than 50 people, most of them ranchers and farmers, gathered in Bemidji on Thursday to hear how the government can compensate them when their cattle are killed by predators, mainly wolves. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency hosted the town hall meeting to explain state and federal programs that reimburse livestock losses due to wolves, avian raptors and weather.
Friday, April, 03, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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New ND hemp law pleases supporters
Wayne Hauge says he’s “mostly your typical northwest North Dakota farmer.” But the Ray producer also is a staunch supporter of industrial hemp, and a new state law is expected to help him and other North Dakota farmers start growing the crop, perhaps as soon as 2016.
Thursday, April, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Weather Talk: Sunny days, good moods?
The study found that most people, despite claiming that their mood is lifted by a sunny day, are largely unaffected by weather at all in terms of mood. For most of us, apparently, our mood is affected much more by other things in our life. Most interestingly, the study shows that our sense that a bright, sunny day is good for our mood is not necessarily a truth.
Thursday, April, 02, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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EPA will require weed-resistance restrictions on key Roundup ingredient
U.S. regulators will put new restrictions on the world's most widely used herbicide to help address the rapid expansion of weeds resistant to the chemical, Reuters has learned. The Environmental Protection Agency confirmed it will require a weed resistance management plan for glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto's immensely popular Roundup weed-killer.
Wednesday, April, 01, 2015 - Reuters - News

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North Dakota seeks to join suit against federal fracking rule
BISMARCK -- The state of North Dakota will join a lawsuit alleging overreach in the federal government new hydraulic fracturing regulations, the state Industrial Commission voted Tuesday. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem told Gov. Jack Dalrymple that Wyoming’s claims in its existing lawsuit reflect North Dakota’s interests. If a judge accepts the motion to intervene, the state of North Dakota would become a party in the suit, which was filed March 26 in the federal district of Wyoming.
Tuesday, March, 31, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Iowa farmland prices down 7.6 percent in 6 months
Farmland prices in Iowa, the top U.S. corn and soybean state, are down by an average 7.6 percent over the past six months and 11 percent from a year ago, pressured by lower grain prices and firmer interest rates, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Tuesday, March, 31, 2015 - Reuters - News

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USDA predicts fewer corn, wheat acres, but more soybeans and small-market crops
Corn, the star of Upper Midwest agriculture in recent years, won’t shine quite so brightly in the 2015 growing season, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts. “A little bit of the shine seems to be off corn,” says Erik Younggren, a Hallock, Minn., farmer.
Tuesday, March, 31, 2015 - - News

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