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With cool weather, crops dry slowly
Producers in the region could be dealing with late-maturing, high-moisture corn this fall. That means they have some decisions to make, according to Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer and professor in NDSU’s Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department.
Monday, October, 13, 2014 - - 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 NRCS criticized for using DU contract help
FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Grain Growers Association and others blasted the federal government in press conferences last week for hiring cost-shared Ducks Unlimited staffers into their offices to do contract work.
Monday, October, 13, 2014 - Agweek - News

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SD meetings discuss concerns about WOTUS
Farmers and ranchers gathered Oct. 8 in Chamberlain, S.D., to discuss the Environmental Protection Agency’s plans to change the definition of how waterways are governed in the U.S.
Thursday, October, 09, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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EPA extends WOTUS comment period
The Environmental Protection Agency has extended the comment period on the controversial Waters of the U.S. rule from Oct. 20 until Nov. 14. EPA says its scientific advisory board is finishing a report on the connectivity of small bodies of water such as streams and wetlands and that its staff needs to examine it and to receive more comments from the public.
Thursday, October, 09, 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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More than $5 million pumped into battle over ND conservation fund measure
Supporters and opponents of a proposed conservation fund on the Nov. 4 ballot have pumped more than $5 million into the election, campaign finance records show, and each side is criticizing the other’s support from out-of-state donors.
Tuesday, October, 07, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Taylor tries to separate himself from Goehring in Measure 5 opposition
Candidates for North Dakota agriculture commissioner took stances Monday against a conservation fund on the Nov. 4 ballot, but Democrat Ryan Taylor tried to distinguish himself as the candidate who could reunite the farm and conservation communities once the dust settles.
Tuesday, October, 07, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Farm groups want DU employees out of NRCS district offices in ND
The North Dakota Grain Growers Association, the North Dakota Farm Bureau and others have scheduled news conferences in Fargo on Wednesday and Bismarck on Thursday to ask that the National Resources Conservation Service remove Ducks Unlimited employees from district offices in the state, an arrangement agency officials say is longstanding and harmful to farmers.
Monday, October, 06, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Reflect on past cattle decisions
It was a time to reflect during a trip home to help Dad. After 91 years on the farm, he was moving to an assisted living facility.
Monday, October, 06, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Dairy groups question trade provisions
U.S. dairy groups said Sept. 29 they are concerned that provisions in the proposed European Union-Canadian free trade agreement on geographical indications (GIs) and reallocation of a portion of the World Trade Organization tariff rate quota for cheese to the EU will create trade barriers for American cheeses.
Monday, October, 06, 2014 - Agweek - 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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Harvest delays lead to repeat NASS survey, an ordinance is under development in Bemidji, Minn., to regulate beekeeping and Hoeven lays plans to defund WOTUS.
Monday, October, 06, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Peterson asks Army Corps to revisit diversion plan with northern impact
Moorhead’s congressman has asked engineers to take a fresh look at a version of a flood control diversion here that would avoid the controversial retention component that has sparked fierce upstream opposition.
Wednesday, October, 01, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Conservation groups prevent outdoor opportunities
I have to laugh when supporters of the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment say the proposal is going to improve access for hunters and anglers. They’re forgetting one key thing about North Dakota: 95 percent of the land is privately owned.
Monday, September, 29, 2014 - Agweek - News

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EPA’s proposed water rules example of democracy’s messiness
An example of democracy’s messiness today is the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Waters of the U.S. rule, or WOTUS. Offered on March 25 by EPA to address court-ordered changes in the decades-old Clean Water Act, WOTUS has become a leather-lunged political test for shouters, connivers and liars over what the proposed rules will or will not do on American farms and ranches.
Monday, September, 29, 2014 - Agweek - News

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2014 growing season a good one, despite its flaws
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The 2014 growing season is nearing its end in the Upper Midwest. Every growing season in this part of the world is unique, but this year’s edition still stands out.
Monday, September, 29, 2014 - Agweek - News

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New Angus CEO: feeders will have plenty of time to prepare for opening
DICKINSON, N.D. — They don’t know exactly when in 2015 they’ll start production, but the new owners of an Aberdeen, S.D., meatpacking plant say they’ll give cattle producers in the region several months of notice.
Monday, September, 29, 2014 - Agweek - News

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EPA, cattle advocates butt heads on proposed Waters of the US rule
There are definitely two sides when it comes to the controversial Waters of the U.S. rule change proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency. That was made clear Saturday in Dickinson at the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association Convention and Trade Show. Representatives presented contradicting arguments to the rule change, also known as WOTUS. Allison Wiedeman, acting agriculture counselor to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, said claims that the rule is a power grab are false.
Monday, September, 29, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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US river freight system strained as huge harvest looms
With a record U.S. harvest just coming in, the river transportation system at the heart of the nation’s farm economy is overstrained by rising demand for shipping capacity, a low barge inventory and a dilapidated lock system.
Friday, September, 26, 2014 - Reuters - News

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