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April 24, 2019
From left, Polly Ulrich, Terry Ulrich and Tyler Haugom stand in one of the pens on their Ashley, N.D., farm with some higher ground to enable cows to stay out of the mud. They, along with Terry's brother Gary Ulrich, are calving out 180 cows after a winter with 117 inches of snow. Photo taken April 16, 2019. Jenny Schlecht / Forum News Service
Ranchers deal with record snowfall as calving season hits stride
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April 23, 2019
David Glinz, 73, of Jamestown, N.D., is a member of a farm peer group with Encore LLC, at Morris, Minn. A group of nine members from the U.S. and Canada convinced him to down-size to 12,000 acres and shed debt, by selling some of his land and equipment in an auction on March 21, 2018. Photo taken March 21, 2018, at Pingree, N.D. Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service
Peer power: Farmers get out of neighborhoods to find advice
April 23, 2019 - 6:00am
April 22, 2019
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After China turned it into a cheap snack, Americans hope to make caviar great again
April 22, 2019 - 11:38am
A frozen sump pump caused the “rejection” of 32 trucks trying to unload at this Rohrville, N.D., facility northeast of Devils Lake, N.D., says Hunter Brian Hanson, chief executive officer of NoDak Grain, Devils Lake. He’s hoping an insurance policy will help pay $5 million in upset transactions. Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service
Hunter Hanson PSC claims climb to $11.5 million
April 22, 2019 - 6:00am
April 21, 2019
Ron Severtson, 68, (left) farms with his son, Kevin, 30, at Doyon, N.D. They’re busy cleaning the cattle feedlot and think they might be planting corn, soybeans and other crops in Ramsey and Nelson counties in the first week of May. Photo taken April 16, 2019, near Doyon. Mikkel Pates/ Forum News Service
In northeast North Dakota, hope is to start planting first week of May
April 21, 2019 - 10:30pm
Jenny Schlecht, left, receives her Annie's Project diploma from Alicia Harstad, North Dakota State University Extension agent for Stutsman County.
Column: Who needs Annie’s Project? All farm women
April 21, 2019 - 10:25pm
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Sweet corn out, sweet potatoes in: Data shows fundamental shifts in American farming
April 21, 2019 - 11:34am
April 19, 2019
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Pinke: Reaction to Roundup verdict is a ‘hoe’ lot of nonsense
April 19, 2019 - 6:52pm
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Nation's largest farm toy store attracts customers for miles
April 19, 2019 - 9:58am
April 18, 2019
Katie Pinke met Vergas Hardware owner and reader of The Pinke Post column, Paul Pinke. An Agweek reader brings the column to Paul Pinke each week. Submitted photo
The Pinke Post: How Vergas Hardware and this column are related
April 18, 2019 - 6:00am
April 17, 2019
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Consumers are buying contaminated meat, doctors' group says
April 17, 2019 - 4:25pm
Alan Roebke, 69, offers his “Roebke Plan” as an alternative to the current farm bill. Its feasibility is debatable, but the former large farmer and sugar co-op leader has a bigger problem: he’s a convicted felon. Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service
Ag rebel pitches new plan to boost farm numbers
April 17, 2019 - 6:00am
April 16, 2019
Linda Funk, executive director of the Soyfoods Council, hands out samples of foods made with soybeans at the North Dakota Nutrition Council conference on April 4 in Bismarck. Jenny Schlecht / Forum News Service
North Dakota ag groups take nutrition information to professionals
April 16, 2019 - 6:00am
April 15, 2019
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Sap to syrup: Volunteers tap in Minnesota park’s maple trees
April 15, 2019 - 8:30am
April 12, 2019
Yields are low and debts are high, causing farmers to struggle more than ever beofre. Tim Middagh / Forum News Service
More black US farmers, but fewer own land or earn top income
April 12, 2019 - 12:12pm
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