A South Dakota district court judge in Aberdeen has agreed with a farmer from Orient, S.D., that his claim to a bond in the Anderson Seed case should be included in a $100,000 bond payout. The judge overturns a decision by the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark says the agency may look for legal help beyond the state Attorney General’s office to help preserve more assets for unpaid farmers in the Anderson Seed Co. insolvency.
REDFIELD, S.D. — Officials of Anderson Seed Co. of Mentor, Minn., still aren’t answering phones, but some farmers and their lawyers are watching a string of transactions by owners, lenders and new buyers, orchestrated by a St. Cloud, Minn., law firm, hoping they won’t leave less money for unpaid sunflower deliveries.
Around 1946, when Carol Ringler was barely big enough to see over the steering wheel, she climbed into the seat of a red International Harvester Farmall B tractor and slowly inched it up and down the fields as her father and siblings picked a never-ending crop of rock.
MARSHALL — Four area individuals have been selected as participants in the next Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Program class.
Joe VanderKooi, a dairy and crop producer from rural Worthington; Louise Worm, an ag science teacher from Lakefield; Doug Westerman, Red Rock Rural Water System operations manager from Windom, and Monica Anderson, a corn and soybean producer from Walnut Grove, were among the 32 members selected for the class.
May 13, 2008
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