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Leaders at Red Trail Energy, an ethanol processing plant in Richardton, N.D., showcased their new carbon capture operation facility. With very few other carbon capture operations in America, this newest climate-conscious operation sets southwestern North Dakota on the leading edge of carbon sequestration technology.
June is National Dairy Month. The Dickinson Press toured a local dairy farm and learned firsthand about the challenges dairy farmers face in southwest North Dakota.
The majority of gasoline in the U.S. already contains 10% ethanol, and the source of fuel continues to be a critical aspect of the economy of many Midwestern states — including a growing part of the North Dakota economy.
The Waltons purchased the ranch to preserve, and it will continue to be grazed, according to a statement released on behalf of the couple.

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Beni Paulson, of Richardton, rode bulls for 15 years and reached the pinnacle of his career when he competed at the Professional Bull Riders World Finals, where he was North Dakota’s first bull rider to ever qualify for the event. Now, Paulson is breeding and raising bucking bulls at his ranch.
Law enforcement authorities have determined that this incident does not involve current North Dakota residents, nor an active farming, ranching or dairy operation, according to a Stark County Sheriff's Office Facebook post early Tuesday evening.
A fire in Adams and Perkins counties claimed more than 20 miles of land as 20 area fire departments from North and South Dakota responded to help. The fire destroyed 19 farms and more than 20,000 acres of crops, with 2 firefighters injured in the blaze.
Cattlemen from Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming and even Texas came together Dec. 11 to support the Seventh Annual Production Sale at Richard Angus Ranch, which included 110 coming 2-year-old bulls out of Richard’s herd of elite females. The genetics in the pen offer growth, maternal traits and structural soundness.
Emily Richard, an employee of Richard Angus Ranch in Belfield, runs her own retail meat business “EAT.BETTER.BEEF.,” selling local beef to customers from steaks, roasts, hamburger, brisket, prime rib, ribs, holiday bundles and more for delivery. Richard talks about the struggles of the coronavirus pandemic, but also highlights opportunities to get the customer closer to the producer during these unprecedented times.
DICKINSON, N.D. — Crude oil prices collapsed by more than 114% in a span of mere hours on Monday, April 20, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to crush demand while rising stockpiles of crude overwhelm storage facilities across the nation — resulting in the price plunge that took crude oil into negative digits for the first time in history.

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DICKINSON, N.D. — The coronavirus outbreak has been among the top health stories of the year, but close to home, the virus has raised concern among agriculturists and agronomists.
DICKINSON, N.D. - Horseshoes, and the people who shod them, have gone hand-in-hand with the rise and fall of nations since time immemorial.
Information about new seed varieties and producing seed, and questions about seed laws will be featured at the North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association district meetings set for Dec. 3-6.

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