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Organic Valley will receive $25 million for its carbon insetting program and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative will get $50 million for its project aimed at expanding climate-smart markets and establishing dairy and sugar as climate-smart commodities.
Father-son duo Tom and Scott Perlick manage the farming and distilling sides of their business in northern Wisconsin.
Two farms in southeast Minnesota and another across the border in Wisconsin had poor strawberry crops this season.
La Crosse Distilling Company is a geothermal-powered distillery that sources its ingredients from area farms.
In Minnesota, you have to have a kid along; in Wisconsin, anyone can fish for free.
The USDA grants will involve multiple organizations across many states. There are $500,000 grants for projects in Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin

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It’s been a busy summer for Carlson Ag Aviation of Wendell, Minn., and Wheaton, Minn., but the busy seasons of late July and August are coming up. Owners Boone and Charity Carlson bought the business from his father in 2010 and added the Wheaton location in 2020. Demand for aerial application will depend on crop prices and weather anomalies yet to come.
Jeremy Peterson, vice president and co-owner of Minn-Dak Growers Ltd., a Grand Forks, N.D., processor of specialty crops including buckwheat and mustard, says a new insurance for buckwheat and a color sorter for mustard are good news for growers of both crops.
1881 Extraction Co. LLC is making cannabidiol oil, a product that's derived from hemp, using a special process that doesn’t involve solvents used in some other processes. The company is developing a “remediation” process that could reduce THC levels within the process that produce “highs.” However, farmers cannot legally harvest high-THC hemp products, nor ship them off the farm to processors, even within the state.

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