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Insurance fraud charges dropped against ND man
A McIntosh County, N.D., man who pleaded guilty to charges that starved his cattle to death is no longer charged with insurance fraud charges.
Wednesday, August, 28, 2013 - - News

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Rejoicing in the seeds of forever
History is growing at Johnson Heritage Farms. Every piece of produce is grown from an heirloom seed.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - St. Cloud (Minn.) Times - News

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A Minn. farmer has been found guilty of improper food handling, S.D. lawmakers have rejected proposed rules on the sale of raw milk, and fields in central and eastern Minn. are drying out, according to University of Minnesota Extension educators.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - - News

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Soil has a story
The world’s oldest soils are found in Africa and Australia and date back more than 50 million years. These soils are highly weathered and are in regions we now classify as deserts.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - Agweek - Opinion

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Farm fields turn dry in central, eastern Minn.
Cornfields and pastures are drying out in parts of central and eastern Minnesota, and some cattle producers are starting to thin out their herds to cut costs.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - - News

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Unexpected splits in horse slaughter debate
The Navajo Nation has voiced support for horse slaughter, to the dismay of opponents.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - New York Times News Service - News

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Culture of beef the answer to cultured beef
It looks as though scientists in London are to the point of taste-testing hamburger grown in a laboratory from cattle stem cells. It sounds like something from Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” but it’s not fiction; it’s already here.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - - Opinion

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Minn. to see 2nd-largest corn crop; soybeans average
Minnesota farmers are expected to harvest slightly smaller corn and soybean crops this fall than last year, in part because fields in some parts of the state have been hurt by too much spring rain, followed by a streak of cool temperatures.
Tuesday, August, 13, 2013 - Minnesota Public Radio News - News

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Why don’t US farmers believe in climate change?
If there’s one thing U.S. farmers can count on, it’s bad weather, and perhaps as a result, many of them don’t think humanity is to blame for the long-term shifts in weather patterns known as climate change.
Monday, August, 12, 2013 - - Opinion

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DuPont wins fight
The Pioneer seed company has purchased a majority share of South African seed company Pannar Seed.
Monday, August, 12, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Stopped in its tracks
A contract dispute between railways has stalled development of a new shuttle loader in Verona, N.D.
Monday, August, 12, 2013 - Agweek - News

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ND state mill grinds out profits
In his 14th year as general manager of the North Dakota Mill and Elevator, Vance Taylor just reported to his bosses in Bismarck, N.D. — three top elected state officials who as the Industrial Commission act as board of directors — the mill netted $11.9 million in profit in the fiscal year ended July 1.
Wednesday, August, 07, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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Ron Offutt, a prominent North Dakota potato farmer, is suing his insurance company, a federal judge has blocked horse slaughterhouse operations in New Mexico and Iowa, and laid-off employees of the Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen, S.D., gathered to seek final compensation.
Monday, August, 05, 2013 - - News

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Putting good times to good use
In times of prosperity, it's important to prepare for what comes next.
Monday, August, 05, 2013 - Agweek - Opinion

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Frost damages nearly fifth of Brazil sugarcane crop
Last week’s frosts in southern Brazil damaged nearly a fifth of the unharvested cane crop in the principal growing region, an event likely to cut sugar exports from the world’s largest producer, agriculture research company Datagro said Wednesday.
Thursday, August, 01, 2013 - Reuters - News

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Rallying behind a Corn Palace plan
After years — decades, really — of debate and hand-wringing over what to do about the Corn Palace in Mitchel, S.D., a plan is in place, most of the funding is in place, and it appears that maybe even the support is in place.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - - Opinion

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Iowa egg farms settle suit
The Iowa egg producers blamed for a 2010 salmonella outbreak have settled a lawsuit brought by a California distributor that lost profits from the foodborne illnesses and the resulting product recalls, court records show.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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The risk in the disconnect
Congress is testing the old mantra that you can’t pass farm price support programs without tying them to nutrition programs.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - Opinion

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A new crop of farmers
A new generation of the O'Toole family of Crystal, N.D., is preparing to enter the family farming operation.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - News

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SD’s Corn Palace renovations get city OK
A quirky eastern South Dakota landmark dedicated to all things corn is undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation, including lit domes resembling ears of corn, in an effort to draw in more maize-curious visitors.
Tuesday, July, 16, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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