STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER June 50s
After two days with temperatures in the 90s earlier this week, the temperatures thereafter cooled off dramatically. But the cool temperatures were no where near what we experienced two years ago. From... Posted on 6/10/11 at 4:10 AM
Stacia and Joel Schatz’s cat Junior made an unexpected journey that was over seven miles long to return home after another family adopted him. Stacia Schatz said the cat had to travel across Interstate 94 and across railroad tracks to make it back to her farm near Taylor Friday morning.
The Dorcas Society is hosting an evening of wine tasting as a fundraiser and as the first opportunity to observe its 100th anniversary in Dickinson.
The event is from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at the Dickinson Elks Lodge.
The 2009 “battle for acres” may become more of a balancing act than a battle. On March 31, the USDA will release the first survey-based estimate of 2009 planting intentions. In the past several years, this report has signaled the start of a competition for acres, which leads to a strong price rally through spring planting.
Frayne Olson, Crops Marketing Economist, NDSU Extension
March 14, 2009
Recent reports by the Institute of Barley and Malt Science in Fargo, state that the demand for malting barley is increasing throughout the U.S. While barley is grown throughout the state, area officials said it’s difficult to grow malting quality barley in the area.
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