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2 N.D. ag projects get federal money

BISMARCK -- Two value-added agriculture projects in North Dakota are getting federal help. Soy Boyz Inc. of Drayton is getting a $50,000 grant for a soybean snack food and advertising campaign. The Dunn Center-based Cloverdale Growers' Alliance i...

BISMARCK -- Two value-added agriculture projects in North Dakota are getting federal help.

Soy Boyz Inc. of Drayton is getting a $50,000 grant for a soybean snack food and advertising campaign.

The Dunn Center-based Cloverdale Growers' Alliance is getting $20,000 for a feasibility study on marketing pork products under a producer-owned cooperative label, in partnership with the Cloverdale Foods Co.

The money is from the federal Agriculture Department. Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said 97 grants totaling more than $13 million are being awarded in 34 states.

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