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AGRICULTURE RESEARCH

Research going on at cooperating universities throughout the country will work to identify feed and water efficient cattle, which could mean big savings for producers and for the environment.
Some people who can't eat regular breads without digestive problems can eat sourdough breads and breads made in Europe or Asia. But why? Researchers are trying to figure that out.
The weeds that farmers should watch for in their fields in 2023 include several that are familiar, such as Palmer amaranth, kochia and water hemp.
Deere & Company has one of its worldwide research technology hubs in Fargo, North Dakota -- a big part of the fabled company’s “brain.”

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Five John Deere engineers in Fargo, North Dakota, have been named elite “Fellows” by the company, honoring their contributions.
The University of Minnesota has been researching the effects of dough fermentation and wheat variety in creating bread that is easier to digest.
West Virginia University for about 20 years has been working on tracking feed and water intake of animals. What they've learned is some cattle have traits that make them more efficient than others.
Hybrid wheat has been a dream of seed developers since the 1950s.
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.
A growing number of soybeans are showing up with a seed coat something other than yellow. The soybeans that often have a large area that is often more brown are called soybeans of other colors, or SBOC.

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In 2016, to increase grassroots involvement in the research process, Minnesota Corn began offering Innovation Grants at the student and farmer level.
A growing number of soybeans are showing up with a seed coat something other than yellow. The soybeans that often have a large area that is often more brown are called soybeans of other colors, or SBOC.
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022, political and business luminaries helped break ground on Grand Farm’s Innovation Facility. The new facility is being developed on 140 acres west of Casselton and will support research and development projects to advance the next generation of precision agriculture, including autonomous technologies.

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