THE NEW FORTY The Year of the Farmer...
I don't know exactly when the interest in the Super Bowl advertisements eclipsed the actual football game, but for a good decade or so Super Bowl ads have become a much fiercer competition than the bi... Posted on 2/4/13 at 9:40 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD What would Julia do with a load of fresh vegetables?
I think Julia Child would love Bemidji, the community in northern Minnesota I've called home for 11 years. I never had the opportunity to meet the woman who brought French cooking into American home k... Posted on 8/15/12 at 6:00 AM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE How renters can cut energy bills
People renting a home or apartment have some ways to cut their energy bills and
increase their comfort.
"The key is to identify the biggest energy users in your situation and work to
reduce those," N... Posted on 1/27/11 at 12:26 PM
REGGIE TALES D.C. Dining: Founding Farmers Restaurant
Tonight I had the opportunity to break bread (and meat and wine) about four blocks from the White House at a place called Founding Farmers. It's a restaurant owned by the North Dakota Farmer's Union, ... Posted on 1/24/11 at 10:20 PM
BISMARCK - Farmers Myron Hanson and Troy Coons miss the rural North Dakota they used to know. That’s why they’re volunteering their time at the state Capitol this legislative session to advocate for farmers and ranchers who are being significantly affected by the oil boom.
They watched, with great interest, as their parents and grandparents worked the fields around southwest North Dakota, and the next generation of farmers was born.
Even when he stood only knee-high like corn on the Fourth of July, Ben Kuhn, 28, a fifth-generation farmer in Dickinson, said he realized agriculture was in his blood.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Regulators need better tools to detect a grain buyer’s deteriorating financial condition, the chairman of the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission said Wednesday, after farmers in the Dakotas lost $4 million selling sunflowers to Anderson Seed Co.
BISMARCK — Customers are tossing back more beer this spring than last at Drinks Inc. on Main Street in Mohall, and it has a lot to do with the barley farmers are once again planting in the fields around the town of about 1,000 people.
A Bismarck estate planning expert took area farmers and ranchers back to school Wednesday during his presentation on “Intgrating Farm and Ranch Planning with Mineral and Surface Income,” which took place in the Legends Ball Room at the Ramada Grand Dakota Lodge in Dickinson.
BISMARCK (AP) — Crop insurance, research and export promotion should be among the top priorities in the next federal farm bill, say spokesmen for North Dakota agricultural groups, who are bracing for cuts in federal spending.
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