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Farming and Ranching for the Bottom Line event planned for Feb. 27

The Area 4 Research Farm, North Dakota State University, Bismarck State College and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold the fourth annual Farming and Ranching for the Bottom Line workshop on Feb. 27 at the BSC National Energy Center.

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The Area 4 Research Farm, North Dakota State University, Bismarck State College and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold the fourth annual Farming and Ranching for the Bottom Line workshop on Feb. 27 at the BSC National Energy Center.

Experts will discuss the weather outlook, crop production, grazing strategies, economics in a dry year and the economics of improved soil quality.

The event also will feature an ag finance panel and a keynote address by nationally recognized farm broadcaster Al Gustin.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The conference is free but registration at www.tinyurl.com/Farming-Ranching2018 or 667.3340 is requested by Feb. 20 for lunch.

 

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For more information, go to www.area4farm.org or www.ag.ndsu.edu/mortoncountyextension/events/farming-ranching-for-the-bottom-line .

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