BESTFRIENDSND Thanks Dairy Queen!
Wow! Thank you so much to Sam at the Dickinson Dairy Queen for his donation of $5 gift certificates for our community based matches! What a wonderful summer treat =)
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REGGIE TALES Friday Photo: Sign of Spring
A figurative and literal sign that Spring is coming: The sign for the new Dairy Queen/Orange Julius went up this week on South Washington in Grand Forks. I've been monitoring the progress of the con... Posted on 2/4/11 at 1:00 PM
STAFF BLOG AGWEEK Minnesota dairy farmer wins Good Farm Neighbor Award
The hot, wet summer has kept many Minnesota livestock farmers hopping to keep their animals comfortable. Among them is Doug Heintz, recipient of the August Good Farm Neighbor Award from the Minnesota... Posted on 9/10/10 at 11:58 AM
NDSU NEWS Clean-up begins after pump malfunction at NDSU dairy barn
North Dakota State University officials reported today that a temporary pump moving manure from the university dairy barn malfunctioned over the weekend sending discharge into a drainage ditch on the ... Posted on 7/27/10 at 11:37 AM
NASCAR DAD Great Day To Go Biking
Just returned from biking 20 miles around GF on #2. Nice way to sun tan and get fresh air and exercise. Cars and trucks a little close at times. I pay taxes, so I can use the roads too. Stopped by for... Posted on 8/12/09 at 3:03 PM
North Dakota is a leading producer of sunflowers and canola, but it lags behind many states in the Midwest when it comes to dairy production.
Dairy farms have been disappearing across North Dakota over the years, said Gary Hoffman, executive director of the North Dakota Dairy Coalition for eight years. He also serves as the state’s director of dairy development.
Good help is hard to come by in oil and gas country, area farmers say.
Farmers and ranchers begin looking for farm/ranch laborers in the spring so they have a crew in place before they turn out there livestock and begin planting.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A half-billion eggs have been recalled in the nationwide investigation of a salmonella outbreak that Friday expanded to include a second Iowa farm. More than 1,000 people have already been sickened and the toll of illnesses is expected to increase.
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont's attorney general said Monday he wants more information from dairy farmers who say they have been squeezed by milk processors, and that he will review whether to take action or ask federal authorities to investigate the alleged anticompetitive activity.
A new year, a new president and many people, including dairy producers, are looking for new hope. Economic recovery is a nice thought, but for the working stiff, the situation is going to get ugly first.
J.W. Schroeder, Dairy Specialist
, February 05, 2009
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