A request to allow chickens in residential areas of West Fargo has the potential to ruffle feathers, but proponents said it would promote sustainable living in the city on the grow. The question now: How much free range - if any - will the city given them?
Harvest is well behind schedule in the region, but farmers still have time to bring in their crops if the weather stays dry. “There’s no panic yet. There’s concern, though,” said Cass County Extension Agent John Kringler. “We can handle a little precipitation. Any big rain would hurt.”
Though the industry’s prospects are improving, plants nationwide are still struggling after “an imperfect storm” of factors last year, said Ron Lamberty, vice president of the Sioux Falls, S.D.-based American Coalition for Ethanol, an industry trade group.
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