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Lentils markets remain red-hot
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Lentil markets remain red-hot. It’s a gift, considering the poor quality. The year started out looking heavy, with 2014 plantings way up from 2013, but it was a tough production year, both quantity and quality.
Monday, February, 16, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Local farm bill meetings explore options
PEKIN, N.D. — Odell Flaagan has some decisions to make. He’s taking his time and doing his homework to get them right.
Monday, February, 16, 2015 - Agweek - News

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South Dakota’s thriving dairy industry sets example for neighboring states
PARKER, S.D. — South Dakota’s steady growth in livestock development in the past decade has come with some changes in corporate structures, but also sheer capitalistic desire and intense political support.
Monday, February, 16, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Big corn, soy meetings coming to Fargo, N.D.
The two big corn and soybean events of the winter are rolling into Fargo Holiday Inn, Feb. 17 and 18.
Friday, February, 13, 2015 - Agweek - News

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WATCH: A sneak peek into the next issue of Agweek
Join Editor Lisa Gibson for a glimpse into the Feb. 16 issue of Agweek. Our cover story explores South Dakota's successful dairy industry and what other states can learn from it. We'll also bring you a preview of the International Crop Expo coming up in Grand Forks, N.D., coverage of a local farm bill informational meeting, USDA projections and more. Don't miss it.
Wednesday, February, 11, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Buying ahead of USDA report
The wheat market finally was able to turn and post solid gains for last week. It seems like it has been since the middle of December that wheat has had a stronger week and all the news just seems to focus on the negative. Last week was the week that wheat said enough. For the week ending Jan. 5, March Minneapolis gained 22.25 cents, March Chicago was up 23 cents and March Kansas City gained 23.75 cents.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Flax market strong, but quality matters
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The prairie flax market, while maybe not on fire, is certainly strong. Farmers are netting $14.50 freight on board pretty much everywhere with $15 per bushel available delivered Winkler, Manitoba. One caveat — quality matters.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Balanced rations of alfalfa benefit beef cattle
Alfalfa is an excellent choice to feed as a supplement to beef cows that are later in their pregnancy. Seldom do we think of hay as being a supplement, but the right high-quality forage, such as alfalfa, certainly can be fed as a supplement to the lower-quality forages generally available for the main ration of a beef cow.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - - News

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Japan’s farming lobby accepts cooperatives reform plan
Japan’s politically powerful farming lobby on Feb. 9 accepted plans by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party to reform the agricultural sector, after the initial proposals were watered down.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - - News

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Oklahoma man cited for dumping cow heads; O’Toole elected chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates; Minnesota colleges team up for ag education; Wolf bills would ban snaring, increase livestock fund and more.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - - News

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Transition of operation more difficult and important than ever
EUCLID, Minn. — Don Strickler has faced many tough calls in his long farming career. But the 70-year-old Euclid, Minn., producer says his most important professional challenge, one he’s still working on, is passing on the family farm to the next generation.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Lawmaker says Japan, Canada must cut tariffs under trade pact
Canada and Japan must open their markets to farm imports under a Pacific trade pact, the chairman of a U.S. congressional committee responsible for trade says, adding any country that cannot meet the deal’s goals should drop out.
Friday, February, 06, 2015 - - News

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Machine developed in Bakken Oil Field could lay large drainage lines in Minnesota fields
A machine developed to lay pipeline in the Bakken Oil Field of North Dakota could be put to work in Minnesota’s Renville, Kandiyohi and neighboring counties to place large-diameter drainage tile parallel to open ditches.
Wednesday, February, 04, 2015 - Agweek - News

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SD city might consider backyard chickens
A Mitchell, S.D., woman asked the City Council on Monday night to consider allowing residents to be allowed to keep chickens in their backyard. “There are several communities that already allow this opportunity, such as Sioux Falls and Spearfish,” she told the council during the citizens input portion of the regular meeting at Council Chambers in City Hall. “Part of the positives of raising chickens is it can be an educational opportunity for the family, and they provide a food source.”
Wednesday, February, 04, 2015 - - News

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O’Toole elected chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates
Brian O’Toole, a Crystal, N.D., farmer, has been elected chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates. The Washington, D.C.-based organization develops markets for U.S. wheat in more than 100 countries. The U.S. is the world’s third-largest wheat producer and the leading wheat exporter, with exports accounting for about 42 percent of U.S. production.
Tuesday, February, 03, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Japan farming reforms a stiff test of Abe’s resolve
After December’s landslide re-election, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s program to revive the nation’s economy is set to meet perhaps its stiffest challenge, the nation’s sclerotic farming industry.
Tuesday, February, 03, 2015 - Reuters - News

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BNSF drops price on Spiritwood, ND, rail switch
BNSF has reduced its price tag for the automated rail switch at the Spiritwood Energy Park Association by about $200,000, according to Connie Ova, CEO of the Jamestown/Stutsman (N.D.) Development Corp.
Tuesday, February, 03, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Race to the bottom
Wheat struggled again last week, with all three of the wheat exchanges ending with modest losses. Poor demand and a strong U.S. dollar continue to be the cause of wheat’s issues. For the week ending Jan. 30, March Minneapolis dropped 16.75 cents, March Chicago dropping 22.25 cents and March Kansas City decreased 20 cents.
Monday, February, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Grandin: Consideration of animal welfare important
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — “Fixing the slaughter plants was easy,” Temple Grandin told the 2015 annual meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation. “But now I see problems that we are going to have to fix at the farm: lame dairy cows, emaciated dairy cows because somebody let them go too long, animal production to the point we are starting to have problems with animal biology. “We need to look at what is optimal, not what is maximum.
Monday, February, 02, 2015 - - News

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Farmers are winning appeals of prevented-plant claim denials
COURTENAY, N.D. — Lee Dick says he should not have had to pay $41,000 in legal fees to get $123,194.90 in prevented-plant crop insurance benefits he was owed from his 2012 crop.
Monday, February, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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