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  • NDSU Extension Hosting Farm Financial Outlook/Youth Stress Workshop
        The workshop is set for Oct. 18 in Mandan, N.D. Stressors specific to the agriculture industry and helping farm and ranch youth will be the focus of a workshop that North Dakota State University Extension,
  • USDA Releases Monthly Reports
        The monthly World Agriculture Supply and Demand Report, along with the monthly Crop Production Report, led to a drop in corn prices Thursday. The Department of Agriculture pegged corn ending stocks at 1.92 billion bushels,
  • NCF Accepting Applications for CME Beef Industry Scholarships
        DENVER, CO (Oct. 10, 2019) – The National Cattlemen’s Foundation is now accepting applications for 2020-2021 beef industry scholarships sponsored by CME Group. Ten scholarships of $1,500 each will be awarded to outstanding students pursuing
  • Weekly Slaughter Cow Report
      Market Analyst Ed Czerwien  
  • New $3 million Grant Helps Researchers Tackle PRRSv
          University of Minnesota scientists are collaborating to look at how PRRS virus evolves to understand disease spread, and advance mitigation and control efforts ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA —- A new grant of nearly $3 million
  • Expect High-moisture Corn at Harvest
      Ellen Crawford, NDSU Extension Agriculture Communication Kenneth Hellevang, NDSU Agriculture Biosystems Engineering   In the 18 states producing the majority of the corn in the U.S., only 58 percent of the corn was mature on Oct.
  • Study Shows Limited Broadband Access in Rural America
      Micheal Clements, NAFB News Service   A new study commissioned by the United Soybean Board reveals the lack of access to broadband in rural areas takes a significant toll on farmers and the economy. The study
  • Voter Poll Shows Strong Support for RFS, Biodiesel Use
      Micheal Clements, NAFB News Service   An annual poll of registered voters by the National Biodiesel Board shows a candidate’s support for policies to promote clean energy, including biodiesel and renewable diesel use, can influence votes.