Blogs Tagged dakota farmer

  1. Scholarships For Special Farm Kids

    A friendship made at a hometown reunion leads to a unique scholarship for farm kids who have a physical disability.

    03/29/2014

  2. The Friday Five: Spring Edition

    Food and education, of all kinds: here are five links to catch you up on the week in food and agriculture.

    03/21/2014

  3. A Fresh Look At Farm Profits

    Are you hoping for a profit this year, or are you planning for one? There is a difference and its easy to see when you rearrange the profit formula.

    02/06/2014

  4. You Had Better Speak Up on the Renewable Fuel Standard

    I didn't think my comments on the RFS would matter until I read some anti-ag, anti-farmer, anti-ethanol lies already sent to the EPA.

    01/23/2014

  5. Al Gustin's New Book Chronicles Ag Changes

    Al Gustin reflects on changes in North Dakota agriculture in his new book, "The Farm Byline." It's a good read and might make a good Christmas gift.

    11/28/2013

  6. Al Gustin's New Book Chronicles Ag Changes

    Al Gustin reflects on changes in North Dakota agriculture in his new book, "The Farm Byline." It's a good read and might make a good Christmas gift.

    11/28/2013

  7. SD Farm Takes Conservation To Higher Level

    A farm in Brown County, S.D., is going above and beyond the usual for conservation.

    07/29/2013

  8. Fantastic Feedlot Tour

    The facilities on the North Dakota feedlot were super, but the operators impressed me the most.

    06/19/2013

  9. On the Farm, What Tech Tool is the Next Big Thing?

    Technology and creativity keep progressing, so we openly ask ourselves, "What is the next great thing on the farm?"

    06/04/2013

  10. Farmers in the Military Face Sacrifices Far From Home

    No matter the war, U.S. farmers have answered the call to arms with bravery, but they surely have missed the farms and fields of home.

    05/28/2013