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Republican bests three for nomination HAZELTON, N.D. — North Dakota's anti-corporate farming policy is still at center stage in the state, with policies dating to the 1930s, during the Non-Partisan League days.
MINOT, N.D. — The recent North Dakota Stockmen's Association annual meeting displayed a level of alarm over the Dakota Access Pipeline protest that I haven't seen before. The NDSA is a grassroots community that comes up with its legislative and administrative agendas through thought and democratic vote. Wade Moser, a Bismarck, N.D., rancher and former NDSA executive vice president, offered this resolution that passed on Sept. 24. He says it has impacts beyond the incident itself:
THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — The region's agricultural machine history reads like a multi-season championship sports dynasty, with interlocking heroes taking the stage at different times — Melroe, Keller, Dahl, Steiger and Christianson. The famous ag machinery families developed famous brands — Bobcat, Steiger, Concord and Amity — and thrived when many didn't in the 1970s and '80s.
MINOT, N.D. — Restoring beef trade with Japan and China is needed to help snap U.S. markets out of the doldrums, officials said Sept. 23 at the North Dakota Stockmen's Association annual meeting in Minot. Tracy Brunner, a producer from Ramona, Kans., and president of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, said expanding markets is the primary effort of the organization. "We are in a situation of growing supplies of meat and beef in this country. The nation's cattle herd is expanding, so we need markets."
LINTON, N.D. — The Emmons County Commission is urging the North Dakota congressional delegation to come to a meeting to form a consensus on why some "excess" lands taken by the federal government for the Oahe Dam should go back to the state. Donavin L. Grenz, the county state's attorney, asked Sens. John Hoeven, R-N.D.; Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and Kevin Kramer, R-N.D., to list their availability between Aug. 24 and Oct. 14 for a public meeting.
FARGO, N.D. — New technology is likely to help prevent cattle theft in coming years, speakers at a recent event event said. The International Livestock Identification Association held its annual conference July 17 to 20 in Fargo, N.D., hosted by the North Dakota Stockmen's Association. Among the main speakers was Lt. Blaine Northrop, supervisor of ag enforcement and brand inspection for the Nevada Department of Agriculture, oversees enforcement officers and 90 brand inspectors in the field. Northrop, who formerly worked with the
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Two men with strong connections to the Red River Valley, who headed companies seeking biofuels investors and sold tax credits in North Dakota, have been indicted...
FARGO, N.D. -- The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council has downsized its staff, including eliminating the office manager post held by a veteran state legislator. Scott German of Oakes, N.D., chairman of the NDCUC, confirmed that state Rep. Blair Thoreson, R-N.D., was laid off as of Nov. 13 because his position had been eliminated.
DOUGLAS, N.D. -- Daryl Lies is settling into his new job as the 15th president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau. NDFB members cast a unanimous ballot for the farmer and entrepreneur at the NDFB annual meeting Nov. 14. Lies succeeded Doyle Johannes of Underwood, N.D., who had served four years, leading a group that claims 27,000 members in 50 organized county Farm Bureaus.
BISMARCK -- The president of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association said a list of national regulatory threats for the cattle industry is topped by the Environmental Protection Agency's Waters of the United States rule.