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.
UPDATED TUESDAY, APRIL 17
The North Dakota Public Service Commission was on-site at Falkirk, N.D., on Monday, looking into the books of the Falkirk Farmers Elevator in McLean County, in response to reports that the company had closed its doors late last week.
Everything but corn. Farm fields in Grand Forks and Polk counties are just about bare of crops, except for the acres of rustling stalks of tardy corn, tanned and rested but still not ready for harvest.
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