North Dakota State University news
With traces of winter’s unusually heavy snow still lingering, farmers were out dawn to dusk in early May, planting corn and soybeans across southwestern Minnesota fields many have owned for generations.
“Mom, what if raw meat juice dripped on a pear in my fridge?” my daughter asked in a text. “If I wash it, will it be safe to eat?” I like when my young adult children finally think I know something.
A North Dakota farmer has been accused of attempting to arrange the assassination of a Ukrainian official and has been detained in the country.
With nearly half the cattle in North Dakota in extreme drought locations, ranchers are making some tough decisions on thinning their herds.
A new soy-based dust suppressant is now available for roads, construction sites, farms and more, offering a sustainable choice for rural, urban and business communities to improve air quality for people, pets, livestock and crops.