STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Some things don't change
Parts of the Upper Midwest were ravaged by drought in 2006, and a group of North Dakota farmers went to Washington, D.C., in the fall to press Congress for drought aid. I went along.
The drought, so ... Posted on 5/2/14 at 9:45 AM
They watched, with great interest, as their parents and grandparents worked the fields around southwest North Dakota, and the next generation of farmers was born.
Even when he stood only knee-high like corn on the Fourth of July, Ben Kuhn, 28, a fifth-generation farmer in Dickinson, said he realized agriculture was in his blood.
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