FARGO - Declines in calf prices may interest some producers in feeding calves and marketing them at heavier weights later rather than sending them to market now, according to a North Dakota State University livestock specialist.
Wind measurement towers put up ahead of planned wind farm projects are drawing concerns from crop dusters in South Dakota who say they blend in with the landscape. Crop duster Brian Hauschild said the main problem with the towers is they have no markings.
Continued bans on U.S. pork imports by China, Russia and more than a dozen other counties have baffled government and industry officials, leading some to speculate that the issue is more about market share than health concerns.
Two weeks ago, the North Dakota Public Service Commission came out against the federal energy and climate legislation making its way through Congress (“N.D. regulators oppose ‘cap and trade’ carbon rules,” Page 1B, May 19).
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