STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Don't overlook part of ag's appeal
The biggest reason why people raise crops and livestock is to make money. That's how it should be. The profit motive encourages agriculturalists, like it encourages most people, to work a little harde... Posted on 5/12/14 at 12:28 PM
I get upset with letters like Richard Betting’s in The Jamestown Sun on April 22. The thought seems to be blame the farmers. The Red, Sheyenne and James rivers just broke records established approximately 100 years ago. I don’t believe there was much drainage then and I know there were not hundreds of acres of concrete and asphalt along the rivers.
Kent and Jan Lahren have a cattle operation west of Walcott. They say the National Guard, friends and relatives helped them save their farm home. Water was only a foot from the home when a dike went up.
Boat crews from federal agencies including the Coast Guard patrolled farming country in southeast North Dakota on Saturday, looking for people stranded by flooding from the Sheyenne River.
April 18, 2009
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