STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Updated: You may find this amusing
I'm passing on this joke/witticism that I heard from a North Dakota State University Extension Service official:
It's 2048, and the United States has elected its first female president. She has stron... Posted on 1/8/15 at 2:15 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES You're Not Too Dumb to Read the Bible Yourself
How much education does the average Christian need in order to be qualified to study the Bible?
Within conventional, establishment Christianity -- the kind overwhelmingly and depressingly practiced... Posted on 8/6/14 at 4:00 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Project Shade Structure
It has been quiet on the farm this winter-real quiet. I needed a
project that would not only occupy my time but serve as a bridge to
thoughts of green and lush spring pastures. It got it, this proje... Posted on 3/8/14 at 8:45 AM
FARM BLEAT On ginger, piggies, willows and hops
I believe I mentioned in a blog a while back that I am taking part in a 10-month-long leadership program offered through the University of Minnesota called the U-Lead Advisory Academy.
I'm writing my... Posted on 11/4/10 at 9:40 PM
Robert E. “Bob” Lee, a rancher from Judith Gap, Mont., and respected leader in the agricultural community, will receive an honorary doctorate in animal and range sciences from Montana State University during the university’s spring commencement May 9.
The past few months have been eventful for college senior Dylan Pratt. He’s lost his grandfather and taken on a satisfying new responsibility at school. He’s also expanded his horizons — and his job search.
CROOKSTON, Minn. — Like other college seniors across the country, Matthew Krueger, Theresa Hamel, Luke Langerud and Alysia Osowski are counting down the days until graduation. Unlike many of their peers, the four University of Minnesota-Crookston students aren’t concerned about landing work after graduation: they’ve had jobs lined up for months.
The leader of North Dakota State University's Extension Service in Fargo is stepping down. Extension service director Duane Hauck officially retires Dec. 30, will return in January part-time in a 40 percent assignment. A national search for a permanent director is under way.
ST. PAUL — As we wind our way through summer and into fall tailgating season, family life often centers around the family grill. The financial challenge of fulfilling the protein portion of the plate, coupled with increased focus on high-quality food, creates a tremendous opportunity to take advantage of the innovative strides made by beef researchers.
ST. PAUL — Results from a recent USDA review have returned with overall positive indications for Minnesota’s bovine tuberculosis (TB) program. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health, with help from its partners, is working aggressively to again upgrade Minnesota’s bovine TB status levels.
Ryon S. Walker, University of Minnesota Extension
March 08, 2010
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