THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND corn and deer II
Corn harvest and deer harvest part II
Heading towards the final days of the 2013 North Dakota deer hunt I will again utilize the numbers from the USDA Ag Statistics service: Last year at this time all... Posted on 11/19/13 at 5:25 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Whole Wheat Pumpkin Bars
These pumpkin bars are as delicious with whole wheat flour as they are when made with all purpose flour! There are not too many recipes that I can say that for, but this one is really true. Of course,... Posted on 10/31/13 at 8:58 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Making the best of a bad situation
October was filled with gray, wet days.that slowed harvest and frustrated area farmers. A lot of the crop remains in the field, and a great deal of work is ahead.
But in talking with farmers across t... Posted on 10/30/13 at 9:17 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS It just ain't October
There are certain traditions to which I adhere; colache at Christmas, opening the door for Lisa and a column about the sugar beet harvest each October. I mean, I wouldn't have a good reason to... Posted on 10/12/13 at 2:19 AM
ASTRO BOB Harvest Moon look-back and a cherry red Nova Delphini
Hope you had a great look at the Harvest Moon this week. Tonight it will rise big and bright but not so round. You'll notice a sliver missing along its western side marking the moon's transition fro... Posted on 9/20/13 at 10:50 AM
A Dagen Heritage Farms’ truck loaded with 17 tons of newly harvested seed potatoes rumbles down a rural Minnesota highway on a drizzly late-September morning. Behind the wheel is Justin Dagen, a fifth-generation producer whose family has farmed in Springbrook Township in northwest Minnesota’s Kittson County for 130 years. As he drives, he points to nearby farmsteads where his forefathers lived.
Is the oil industry now bigger than farming in North Dakota? The latest figures are rather startling, raising eyebrows on even oil industry experts gathered in Grand Forks this week who are most in touch with the boom that hasn’t leveled off after six years.
The earliest spring wheat being combined Wednesday on David Burkland’s field southwest of Grand Forks still is pretty late, all things considered. Last year, of course, was about as early as any growing season in memory in the greater Red River Valley, and crops turned out very good.
Democrat says Congress needs to encourage small businesses, enact energy policy The success of the locally owned Dakota Harvest Bakers in downtown Grand Forks is an example of “the best story of America,” Democratic U.S. House candidate Pam Gulleson said Wednesday during a campaign tour across North Dakota.
The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop and weather report that the corn harvest is 96 percent done and the sunflower harvest is 85 percent complete, both well ahead of the long-term average pace.
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