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This early sunflower head stood alone, at least temporarily. But a farmer I talked with today has plenty of company.
Wanted: People with boots-on-the-ground experience to talk about U.S. exports.
An amazing, frightening weed.
Hey, let's be careful out there, especially around grain bins.
Too much heat and too little rain have hurt once-promising crops.
HALLOCK, Minn. -- On the right is your obscure, humble ag journalist. On the left is Theresia Gillie, a Hallock, Minn., soybean and what farmer and familiar presence in Minnesota agriculture. Her many roles include being a past president of the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association, but she loves wheat, too.
Final 2017 Census of Agriculture deadline is today, July 31.
U.S. ag exports are receiving nationwide attention. Given the circumstances, that's not a good thing.
McVille, N.D, -- Most Agweek readers, I think, will recognize this plant. I took this quick shot on a vacation day on the family farm near McVille, N.D. If not, I'll give you two hints.
A lot of learning about ag in Minnesota.