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Emily Beal

AgweekTV Anchor

Emily grew up on a small grains and goat farm in southern Ohio. After graduating from The Ohio State University, she moved to Fargo, North Dakota to pursue a career in ag journalism with Agweek. She enjoys reporting on livestock and local agricultural businesses.

Lynn and Jason Kotrba have a personal connection with Huntington's Disease and wanted to help with the potentially life-saving Huntington's Disease research.
Butcher's Edge opened in June 2022 by five agriculturalists who also double as friends.
Cass-Clay Creamery recently delivered more than 24,000 units of Giving Cow, a shelf-stabilized milk, to the Great Plains Food Bank — part of an announced donation of 82,000 units.
The flow of grain is facing setbacks both domestically and on the international scene.
Rachel and Jeremiah Utecht created Off The Deck Hot Sauce after fermenting their own chilis, grown right off their deck.
For 14 years, NDSU Extension and the North Dakota Lamb and Wool Association have teamed up to help North Dakota youth get more involved within the sheep industry.
Miranda Meehan, North Dakota State University Extension environmental stewardship specialist, said conditions in fall of 2022 are "comparable" to fall of 2020. And the Drought Severity and Coverage Index, as reported on the U.S. Drought Monitor, shows that overall, most states in the region are in worse shape now than they were at the same time in 2020.
Dakota Dirt Coffee offers premium coffee blends to the Midwest.
With the increasing need for vets in rural America, Dr. Erin Christ decided to open her own vet clinic in Ellendale, North Dakota.
Though the soybeans in Casselton, North Dakota, were planted later than normal, the crop appears to be doing better than anticipated.