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Titan Machinery was not present at the 2021 Big Iron Farm Show, but will be attending the 2022 Big Iron Farm Show this fall.
University of Minnesota Extension has created new resources to help farmers and others deal with compassion fatigue and other forms of job stress.
For me, the word "normal" commonly comes up when talking with a family. People usually say something like, “We’re kind of a normal family,” or “We’re not really a normal family.”
Wolff's Suffolks has been in the Suffolk industry for over 40 years. But recently, the ranch decided to diversify and sell their lamb to consumers and restaurants.

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Ted Galaty, who owns and operates Willow's Keep Farm in Zumbrota, has been growing hemp since 2018.
These weather conditions could pose serious future health problems for calves that hit the ground during the blizzard or those who were a few days old when the blizzard came through.
Stu and Corinne Peterson's Camp Aquila Pure Maple Syrup is sold in 30 stores in Minnesota and has been honored locally and nationally.
Cristen Clark explains the mechanisms of making yeast breads and gives a recipe for an easy variety.
Emily Beal has been named the anchor of AgweekTV.
For the most part, those in agriculture have been good about loading the wagons, but once in awhile, we can lose our focus and start to worry about the mules. Let’s take a look at some examples.

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Ross Kennedy, an agribusiness and national security expert is skeptical about the proposed biofermentation plant, while area farmers Paul Sproule, Matthew Krueger and Jared Hagert, are among those in support of it.
A surge in online auction participation, slowed manufacturing of new equipment and one of the lowest inventories of used equipment ever has led to an unprecedented point for the farm equipment industry.
Ferndale raises its turkeys free range and with no antibiotics, a rarity in the nation’s No. 1 turkey producing state. Birds will be outdoors from some time in April right up the big rush of processing right before the Thanksgiving holiday.

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