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FARGO -- CHS Inc. is purchasing the PICO Northstar Hallock LLC plant in Hallock, Minn., for $127 million, effective in the third quarter of this year. CHS is Fortune 100 company based in St. Paul.
Crops look strong about halfway through the growing season across the Dakotas and Minnesota, but some companies promote tissue testing and in-season nutrition to get them to the finish line in the fall.
From a country road or highway, farming may appear to change little from year-to-year.
FARGO --The former executive director of the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council confirmed that he was fired, and has written a letter about what he called governance conflicts of interest involving some of the organization's board members.
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- Titan Machinery Inc. has been expanding equipment sales into Europe since 2005, accounting for just less than 10 percent of overall sales, despite adverse geopolitical events...
FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has approached state ag organizations and others to create an impact review committee to advise the commissioner on whether and how to spend $1.5 million per biennium to help fight against excessive federal regulation.
FARGO, N.D. -- Over the Fourth of July weekend, I thought a lot about what it means to live in America. My wife and I help lead an English Conversation Group at our church in north Fargo, so we get a hint of the concerns of others around the world -- Nepal, Japan, Hungary, China, Korea and Brazil. Some of the Chinese people I've talked to are afraid of drinking their water, breathing their air or eating sunflower seeds grown in their country. Some marvel at how clean our air is or that we can eat fish from our lakes.
WEST FARGO, N.D. — As the nation’s ag economy experiences lower commodity prices, leaders of the world’s biggest string of farm machinery dealers have faced the challenges head on. David Meyer, 62, CEO of Titan Machinery Inc. in West Fargo, N.D., says his company has already made proactive adjustments in the past two years. The company continues to manage inventories and is earning cash, he says.
FARGO, N.D. -- The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has approached state ag organizations and others to create an impact review committee to advise the commissioner on whether and how to spend $1.5 million per biennium to help fight against excessive federal regulation.
FARGO -- Tom Lilja, the executive director of both the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council and the North Dakota Corn Growers Association, resigned abruptly June 23. Paul Belzer, chairman of the NDCUC, would only say the council had "accepted Tom's resignation." He declined several times to say whether Lilja was asked to resign.