STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT A prairie pothole primer
It's a sure sign of a wet spring in the Dakotas and northwest Minnesota: The potholes have filled, or nearly so, with water.
Most Agweek readers know all about potholes, of course, but here's a prair... Posted on 5/9/14 at 9:32 AM
PARIS - Mexico has reported outbreaks of highly pathogenic H7N3 bird flu virus in two backyards in the states of Oaxaca and of Puebla in the southern part of the country, the World Organization for Animal Health said Thursday.
Our quest to protect endangered animals can take us to some very wild places. In this case, it leads to a place very tame: A small farm in Lac qui Parle County. Humble Roots Heritage Farm is home to a happy mix of domesticated farm animals that are rapidly disappearing from the world.
Flooding has created temporary lakes across North Dakota, and while it’s not good news for farmers trying to get into their fields, it’s great news for ducks.
May 13, 2009
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