WDAY.com |

North Dakota's #1 news website 10,650,498 page views — March 2014

View Cart Shopping Cart

Refine your search

  [ Advanced Options ]

TAGS

These tag channels match your search request. Click the tag for collection of related articles and information.

Farmers Forum, Farmer Forum, farmers forum ndsu extension , farmer's forum

RELATED CONTENT

Articles: 505 results from the past year. For older articles, see advanced options. (displaying first 500 matches)

Pet care: Dealing with pet PTSD
Dear Dr. Fox: Last June, we had a fire in our home while we were at work. There was a leak in the bathroom that flooded the floor and seeped into a basement light socket.
Friday, November, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Rosmann: Thanksgiving Day for appreciating roots, gifts and agriculture
The first humans crossed the Bering Strait land (or ice) bridge to enter the western hemisphere about 15,000 years ago. Archeological evidence indicates they settled throughout North and South America over the next couple thousand years. Each indigenous tribe has its own creation story.
Friday, November, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
20-year-old from rural ND publishes fourth novel
SHELDON, N.D. - Mattie Richardson wrote her first novel at the tender age of 13. But that was just the beginning for a young woman who says she loves “creating stories.”
Friday, November, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Beef Talk: How well did the bulls do?
The life of a bull is not simple because, for the most part, his life is somewhat confrontational. The other day while reviewing the bulls, two of the bulls still were sparring for dominance. They have been out of the pasture for almost two months, but they still seem to find the energy to spar.
Thursday, November, 21, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
A John Deere man: ND farmer wants collection of about 35 John Deere tractors to continue growing
Ray Bartholomay is a John Deere man. A “street sign” on his driveway reads “John Deere Road.” Another sign states “John Deere Parking.” He has John Deere rugs in his home and John Deere towels in his kitchen. The 82-year-old semi-retired farmer from Sheldon owns 35 or so John Deeres (plus one Ford).
Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
ND woman ends proud career as Porkette
REGENT, N.D. – Some women are Rockettes. Some are Porkettes. Charlotte Meier never kicked up her heels in a dance line, but she’s proud to say she’s been kicking up pork for decades.
Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Rosmann: Is SNAP a beneficial program?
Food stamp availability under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program has become a main point of contention, if not the most controversial issue, concerning passage of a new farm bill in Congress.
Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Kovel's Antiques: Creation of aquarium brought fish to homes
Keeping fish in an aquarium is said to be one of the top hobbies in the United States today. Some enthusiasts search for antique-looking aquariums that fit with room styles from the past.
Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Dr. Fox: Reader’s dry-eye advice
Dear Dr. Fox: In your recent column, E.W. of Silver Spring, Md., wrote about her Yorkie’s dry eyes. The dog had to get multiple eyedrops several times a day.
Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Ag calendar - 11/15/13

Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Square dances - 11/15/13

Friday, November, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Beef Talk: Fall pregnancy exams tell the story
Last week, one set of 72 beef cows came off the pasture and was brought home to the Dickinson Research Extension Center ranch headquarters. The cows' trip through the chute was fast. Their average weight was 1,482 pounds, with a condition score of 5.3.
Thursday, November, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Renewable Accounts: Keep your eyes on Washington
I recently mentioned that consumers should begin watching the price of E85 and E10 as we enter a period where fuels with higher blends of ethanol could have a lower cost on an energy equivalent basis. Prices are now within a few cents at my regular gas station in Fargo, and there is at least one station in town where E85 is sold at a significant discount, which is more than enough for one to go out of his or her way to fuel a vehicle.
Wednesday, November, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
NDSU releases Elgin-ND hard red spring wheat
2014 marks the first year that Elgin-ND, a hard red spring wheat variety from North Dakota State University, will be available for general distribution to commodity growers. Elgin-ND's attributes are yield, quality and disease protection.
Tuesday, November, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Sales closing date for Pasture Rangeland and Forage and Annual Forage Insurance approaching
USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds producers in North Dakota and South Dakota that the sales closing date for Pasture Rangeland and Forage (PRF) program is November 15.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - News

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Former body shop man creates stained glass art
FARGO - Pretty little angels stretch all the way across one wall of a room in Wally Christensen’s apartment here. There are 78 of the stained glass angelic figures on that wall, plus a couple elsewhere in the house. He’s also made manger scenes, American Indian figures, cowboys and horses from stained glass.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Wet fall increases storage concerns for corn, sunflowers
GRAND FORKS – It’s a sure sign of a wet fall: Ken Hellevang, grain drying specialist with the North Dakota State University Extension Service, is fielding more questions about storing wet grain, particularly corn. “The phone calls have really picked up,” he says.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Prairie Fare: Squash soup warms an autumn evening
“Did you dump your soup down the sink?” my husband asked our 10-year-old daughter as he picked up the empty bowl by our kitchen sink. I saw him examining the sink for soup residue. “No, I ate it,” she answered innocently. “Do you know what was in the soup?” he asked. He sounded surprised.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Long history shared by rural Americans and the military
Rural Americans and the military share a long history together. The earliest U.S. soldiers who fought for independence from England during the Revolutionary War mostly hailed from rural towns and the countryside.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
Dr. Fox: Cats soiling house
Dear Dr. Fox: I have two Cornish rex brothers who are 10 years old. After I returned from a 10-day vacation, I noticed that both cats started urinating on chairs, counters and tables, as well as using the litter box. I used my regular cat sitter while I was gone.
Friday, November, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - None

Newspaperprints Purchase a print of this Newspaper Page
« Previous   4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  Next »