FARGO SCHOOL TALK Benefits of Full-Day Kindergarten
Studies indicate that full-day kindergarten can lead to improved academic achievement and may help close the achievement gap between different socioeconomic and ethnic groups. Learn more about these b... Posted on 1/27/14 at 9:00 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHAN KNUTSON A fighting chance at profits
Upper Midwest agriculture is all about cycles. Plant in the spring, harvest in the fall. Calf and lamb in the spring or early summer, sell the animals the following fall or winter.
The cycle, at leas... Posted on 12/20/13 at 12:29 PM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE Former NDSU Extension Director Honored
Sharon Anderson, a former North Dakota State University Extension Service director, has received the National 4-H Councils Gary L. Davis Leadership Award.
The award honors those who have provided s... Posted on 1/20/12 at 9:38 AM
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THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Ideas for improving K-12 education
BISMARCK Continuing the North Dakota Scholarship program, providing funding for preschool programming and improving curriculum alignment between high schools and colleges are among the priorities for... Posted on 9/1/10 at 9:14 AM
NDSU office says 35% of current agents eligible for retirement within 5 years
With an anticipated wave of retirements approaching, the North Dakota State University Extension Office wants to expand a training program to prepare new agents.
After months spent developing the right grazing system, building good fences, buying the right bulls, selecting the best cows and matching one's resources to the best calving season, all the learning and preparation is ready to be executed.
Kris Ringwall, NDSU Extension Service
, June 29, 2010
FARGO - The North Dakota State Seed Department is waiving late fees on applications for field inspections due to weather-related problems in the state. Certified seed growers still are encouraged to apply for a field inspection as soon as possible.
FARGO - An estimated 75 percent of North Dakota dairy producers use artificial insemination (AI) for impregnating heifers.
NDSU Extension Service
, July 30, 2009
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