North Dakota farmer Kurt Groszhans accused of attempted assassination in Ukraine
A North Dakota farmer has been detained after being accused of arranging an assassination of a Ukranian agriculture official. However, his friends and family believe it’s a business matter gone wrong.
North Dakota cattle buyer faces felony theft charge for bounced check, owes millions in debts
A Napoleon, N.D. cattle buyer already battling a multitude of legal challenges is accused of bouncing a check for more than $200,000 – facing a Class A felony theft charge.
South Dakota farmer builds bin control for $100 instead of $80K
After learning it would cost $80,000 to install a remote grain bin aeration control system, a South Dakota farmer with a background in mechanical engineering tapped into his tech savvy to build it himself for $100.
Northern Minnesota family ‘humbled’ by community-led sugarbeet harvest following farmer’s death
In an effort to support the Olsonawski’s family during their time of need, a volunteer crew of community members rally to harvest more than 500 acres of sugarbeets on the Olsonawski farm.
Surprise EPA announcement leaves ag spray applicators on ‘pins and needles’
A surprise endangered species rule for 2021 puts applications of dicamba-formulations on soybeans in a “stranglehold” – affecting counties in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa.
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