ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner Makeover
Local Registered Dietitian and Certified Culinary Professional Paula Tsufis gave me this recipe for Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner made a little lighter. It's a perfect way to celebrate St... Posted on 3/14/13 at 1:58 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO My First Time Cooking Steak
Believe it or not, I've never cooked a steak.
We found pair of porterhouse steaks in our half-share of beef from Thousand Hills Cattle Company and I didn't know how to prepare them. Growing up, my fa... Posted on 3/7/13 at 5:37 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Sweet and Sticky Slow-Cooked Short Ribs
The last thing you want to do when watching a sporting event such as the Super Bowl or this weekend's start of the NHL season is to be running back and forth to the kitchen to get some snacks.
Here... Posted on 1/15/13 at 3:26 PM
THE DIRT Cabbage rolls
I tried another new recipe last weekend--anything to try to use up the last of this wonderful CSA cabbage and not let it go to waste! :)
My mom made cabbage rolls a few times when I was growing up, b... Posted on 11/14/12 at 8:54 AM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE Prevent Hardware Disease in Cattle
Inverted tires can make great containers to hold cattle feed and water, but tires also can pose health risks for the animals if the tires arent maintained regularly.
If the tires you are using on y... Posted on 2/10/12 at 10:16 AM
FRANKSTON, Texas (AP) — A cow runs circles in a small pen, her baby close by her side. Ranchers, their brows wrinkled, scribble in a glossy catalog while high on a podium the auctioneer slams his gavel, taking bids as the price of the pair rises rapidly.
BISMARCK (AP) — Korean investors and North Dakota cattle ranchers plan a $90 million beef plant in the state that could process about 1,200 animals each day for overseas and domestic markets.
The Kim and Price Corp. plant would export about 60 percent of its beef to South Korea and sell the rest in the U.S. North Dakota Beef Exports already has accepted letters of intent for nearly 450,000 animals from North Dakota and surrounding states, spokesman Roger Hoyum told The Bismarck Tribune.
A North Dakota bison processor is recalling about 25,000 pounds of whole beef heads because the animals’ tonsils may not have been taken out.
The U.S. Agriculture Department said tonsils must be removed from all cattle to guard against the possible spread of mad cow disease.
A southwestern North Dakota beef cattle herd is being tested for bovine tuberculosis after a cow with a TB lesion was found at a Minnesota meat processing plant, but the TB-free status the state has enjoyed for 32 years is not in any immediate jeopardy.
A North Dakota beef herd is being tested for bovine tuberculosis, following the identification of a cow with a TB lesion at a Minnesota meat processing plant.
“We are in the early stages of the investigation, and complete results of the herd tests won’t be known for several weeks,” said Dr. Susan Keller, state veterinarian, on Friday.
Regulators filed a lawsuit Monday to block the world’s largest beef processor from buying the nation’s fourth-largest operation, saying such a deal could push up beef prices for consumers and drive down prices paid to ranchers and feedlots.
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