STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHAN KNUTSON Thanksgiving on the combine
In my days as a farm kid, I fed cattle, or worked with them in some way, on every holiday during the year. On a few Thanksgivings, in years that the cattle were still in fall pasture, I used an axe to... Posted on 11/29/13 at 1:57 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND corn and deer II
Corn harvest and deer harvest part II
Heading towards the final days of the 2013 North Dakota deer hunt I will again utilize the numbers from the USDA Ag Statistics service: Last year at this time all... Posted on 11/19/13 at 5:25 AM
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE: A GARDENING BLOG corntastic!
I finally found time to blog about our first corn harvest on Monday and show some pictures for those who have never frozen corn, who have frozen corn and not liked the results, or those who just lik... Posted on 8/21/13 at 5:49 AM
REALLY EATING: FINDING REAL FOOD IN THE VALLEY The color of summer
It was Sunday evening at the lake, warm but not too hot, and we already hada campfire burning. We still had some fresh garden veggies that we hadn't eaten, including a huge purple cabbage that TM got ... Posted on 8/13/13 at 7:25 AM
LAGNIAPPE: A FOOD BLOG The refrigerator runneth over
Two bags of green beans
One and a half heads of broccoli
A half dozen ears of sweet corn
Half a head of cauliflower
One zucchini and one yellow squash
Several peppers of various sizes and shapes
Two v... Posted on 8/8/13 at 2:49 PM
A 55-year-old farmer who spilled slippery corn mash on Interstate 94 last fall, causing ice-like conditions that injured four people, pleaded guilty to a felony on Monday in Cass County District Court.
ST. PAUL — With field work just around the corner, now is the time to evaluate decisions related to corn planting. University of Minnesota research can help you make decisions such as when to plant, what soil conditions to consider and how deep to plant.
Jeff Coulter, University of Minnesota Extension
, March 30, 2010
LEOTA, Minn. — Lon Anker still has about 100 acres of corn to harvest, and the snowdrifts reach the top of some of the stalks. Yet if the winter isn't too rough and spring brings good weather, Anker's farm in southwestern Minnesota could still see an above average yield.
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