ASTRO BOB Conversation with the sky
I know what it feels like again to stay up till 4 a.m. Friends and I joined the owls and coyotes at the Furtman Farm Star Party near Webster, Wis. for a third of an Earth rotation under the stars. T... Posted on 9/15/12 at 3:33 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Return To The Green Market
At the very end of August, we treated ourselves to dinner atGreen Market Kitchenwith friends.
We last dined at The Green Market not quite a year ago when we tried their special Dia De Los Muertos-in... Posted on 9/13/12 at 8:28 PM
PRAIRIE AIRE Progress is in North Dakota!!
Progress is definedby Websters as :"A forward or onward movement, -A betterment ".
I think it is more about taking that first step towards your dreams or goals. They say all you have to do is change ... Posted on 2/27/12 at 9:04 PM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE NDSU Extension economist has some tax tips for producers.
Agricultural producers need to take a close look at some tax preparation items, says Ron Haugen, North Dakota State University Extension Service farm economist.
Items to note for 2011 income tax prep... Posted on 2/13/12 at 9:23 AM
A Thompson, N.D., man was injured Wednesday after his foot became caught in a grain auger.
David Brazee, 59, was shoveling inside a grain bin at the Honeyford Elevator when his foot slipped into the chute and became lodged in the auger system.
The major users of U.S.-produced sugar are ratcheting up their perennial effort to kill the U.S. sugar program as the U.S. House takes up a Senate-passed farm bill that includes a new sugar program. It’s an old story featuring the same cast of corporate characters and the same phony claims big sugar users have trotted out for decades. It was baloney in the past and it is baloney this time around.
With his wife battling cancer and five children to look out for — the youngest of whom is 2 years old — Matt Klemetson has a lot more to worry about than planting corn.
On Tuesday, a few neighbors and friendly strangers stopped by to help pick up the slack.
By Marino Eccher, Forum Communications Co
, April 25, 2012
For the second straight year, dates associated with crop insurance coverage are on farmers’ minds.
The difference is a year ago farmers were rushing to get crops in the ground before the final planting deadline. This year farmers are waiting until the early planting dates have passed.
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