STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Late Springs Good for Sinuses
Being one who suffers from the summer catarrh (hay fever), I have one reason to dread the budding of trees in spring. Tree pollen; the elms in particular; have always brought a sudden change in how we... Posted on 4/11/14 at 12:27 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Please, not a repeat of last spring
Area livestock producers seem to have avoided major problems from the late March/early April snowstorms that hit parts of the Upper Midwest. Now, producers are hoping to avoid a protracted battle with... Posted on 4/4/14 at 10:37 AM
North Dakota farmers have produced their biggest overall wheat crop in 13 years, thanks to ideal growing season weather that led to record yields for both spring wheat and durum and the largest winter wheat crop in state history.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
, October 01, 2009
Duane and Chantra Boehm, who farm five miles southeast of Richardton, have finished harvesting their oats and winter rye crops and are starting their hard red spring wheat. “It’s an average to above-average crop. Nature plays a big part,” Duane Boehm said. It’s a busy time, but an exciting time at the farm.
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