THIS WOMAN WRITES Why Flowers Are More Important Than Stock Options
The story of the painting,Rhapsody of Roses, by Steve Henderson atStart Your Week with Steve.Rhapsody of Rosesis a floral song of exuberant joy, capturing color and form against a soft setting of ligh... Posted on 12/30/14 at 2:10 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Ag: Home of cool, hi-tech stuff
A lot of people without strong ties to U.S. agriculture seem to think of it as backward and low-tech. But those of us involved with it know the opposite is true.
The National Science Foundation has a... Posted on 11/17/14 at 3:05 PM
PRAIRIE BUSINESS Dakota Fiber Initiative rolls on
At its annual meeting held last week in Fargo, the Information Technology Council of North Dakota agreed to champion an initiative to improve the speed and availability of broadband throughout North D... Posted on 10/28/13 at 4:36 PM
FARM BLEAT New cell phone elicits feelings of techno-dumb
Ive come to realize now that Im over the age of 40, own my own home and have it fully furnished, that shopping isnt as much fun as it used to be.
These days, everything I admire has to pass the Is it... Posted on 4/24/12 at 5:33 PM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Techological Weather
Every generation seems to think that the weather in the past was harsher and more severe than at present. Writings as far back as the 1700s have passages describing the weather being more tolerant th... Posted on 6/19/10 at 5:56 PM
With results that run from rust-resistant wheat to glowing rodent cartilage to super fluorescent fruit flies, researchers at Montana State University have developed new technologies in the areas of biotechnology and agriculture that are patent-pending and available for licensing.
As the ideas and initiatives of young farmers are becoming more prevalent in the agricultural industry, the use of social media is becoming a deciding factor between the success or failure of a business endeavor.
Kansas State University student Greg Peterson and some friends were unwinding at a drive-in restaurant when LMFAO's song "Sexy and I Know It" came on the radio. He groaned. But as the chorus droned on, the 21-year-old found inspiration. He switched "sexy" to "farming" as he began rapping. It would be fun, he thought, to do a video parody with his brothers when he returned home to the family farm in central Kansas.
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