RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Little Gray Gym... Posted on 3/6/15 at 8:38 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Fighting the cold, feeding the cattle
Years ago, when I was in high school and beef prices were poor, I fed my family's cattle on a bitterly cold day. I was wearing long underwear, flannel shirt, sweatshirt, pants, two pairs of socks, sno... Posted on 2/19/15 at 2:45 PM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Staying Above Minus 40
Thursday, January 8, is the anniversary of the coldest temperature ever officially recorded by the National Weather Service for Fargo Moorhead. On this morning in 1887, a temperature of 48 below was r... Posted on 1/6/15 at 12:39 AM
Sunflower crops could set records in the nation's top two producing states this year, helping to blunt a drop in nationwide production and ensure a healthy supply for processors in the United States and Canada.
A record corn and soybean harvest will do little to help farmers already struggling with low prices and high production costs, a farm economist said Friday after the latest crop projections were released. The National Agricultural Statistics Service forecast is for the second-largest corn harvest on record and a new record for soybeans.
North Dakota farmers have produced their biggest overall wheat crop in 13 years, thanks to ideal growing season weather that led to record yields for both spring wheat and durum and the largest winter wheat crop in state history.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
October 01, 2009
It’s been a cool summer, but September might break a record for warmth in Grand Forks.
National Weather Service meteorologist Vince Goden said the average daily temperature so far in the city has been about 67 degrees, or 7 degrees above normal. He said the two-week forecast calls for continued above-average temperatures.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — U.S. farmers weathered soggy summer conditions to produce what is expected to be the second-largest corn crop on record and the biggest soybean crop in history, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday.
The North Dakota State Fair is off to a record-setting start.
More than 50,000 people attended the fair in Minot Saturday — the most ever on a single day. The crowd pushed the two-day total to more than 85,000.
July 27, 2009
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