The NDSU Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department is developing a commodity trading room (CTR) and financial laboratory. NDSU has a growing focus in commodity marketing and finance and risk management and this initiative will help it expand its expertise.
FARGO – Dakota Global Food Solutions of Fargo has scheduled a hazard analysis – critical control point training seminar Wednesday and Thursday at the Chieftain Conference Center in Carrington, N.D.
The earliest known production of alcoholic beverages dates back at least 9,000 years to a type of grog brewed in China, archeologist Pat McGovern said in a 2011 Smithsonian Magazine article authored by Abigail Tucker.
Dear Dr. Fox: In October, we had our two beagles get their rabies shots from a veterinary house-call service. Two weeks later, neither could stand, and they dragged their rear ends on the floor. The vet said they probably had arthritis.
Children’s toys often tell us how times have changed. Canada stopped making pennies last year, so saving money a penny at a time will soon be a problem in Canada. The United States also may stop making pennies, since the cost of the copper in a single coin is more than one cent.RELATED CONTENT
HATTON, N.D. - After her children grew up and moved away, Shelley Wold missed the feeling of a full house, so she opened Beaver Creek Bed & Breakfast in Hatton this year with her husband, Kevin.RELATED CONTENT
"Cattle and crops: Together we stand, divided we fall." Among the numerous commentaries on agriculture, is that really true?
The long, cool, snowy winter of 2012-13 severely slowed grass growth on rangeland this spring, which is delaying its availability for grazing.
ST. PAUL — Several reports have come in indicating varying levels of winterkill in alfalfa. For dairy producers, this is an unwelcome start to the late spring.
GRAND FORKS – For two years, it’s gone by the name True North Equipment. And now, the four-store John Deere dealer network in the northern Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota is charting a new course, shifting away from traditional store managers and focusing heavily on training.RELATED CONTENT
As I wandered around our (finally) snow-free backyard, I had the urge to get my hands dirty. Our three dogs already had accomplished getting their paws muddy in our soggy backyard as they scampered playfully, nipping at each other’s heels. We all needed a little time outdoors to romp in the sunlight.
How do farm and ranch people manage – or not manage – alcohol consumption? This column takes a look at alcohol use by people involved in agriculture. Next week’s column offers a perspective on whether or not alcohol benefits its users.
Dear Dr. Fox: I recently wrote in about our two cats. The first cat had a bowel problem, and you asked us to write back with the type of food we switched to that fixed it.
A chair has four legs, a seat, a back and perhaps arms – or at least that was the rule for hundreds of years.RELATED CONTENT