WASHINGTON — The National Grain and Feed Association is urging the Senate Agriculture Committee to make dramatic changes to reduce the size of the Conservation Reserve Program, which is currently authorized to pay farmers to idle up to 32 million acres of farmland.
HAZEN, N.D. — Dwight Grosz would say he is in the “farming” business. He raises his elks — the bulls, the cows, the calves — much as a rancher might.
But from a marketing standpoint, Grosz is in the “hunt” business. That can controversial to some people.
MINOT, N.D. — Karen Thunshelle loves animals, and she hasn’t been afraid to put herself into a political arena to protect them — even if that means being in conflict with agricultural norms or some people’s private property sensibilities.
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