STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Serving Up Soy
The nice weather we've had this month has me thinking about gardening. I know it will be at least May until any seeds can be put into the ground, but that hasn't stopped me from ki... Posted on 3/25/10 at 3:34 AM
Last week’s early frost and freeze in some pockets of the northern Plains halted the growing season of an already immature soybean crop, but farmers say the damage does not appear to be widespread.
A hard freeze of below 28 degrees in South Dakota’s Brown County killed nearly all of the soy fields he visited from the Spink County line to the North Dakota border, Ron Dodds, an agronomist with the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service, said Tuesday.
By Dirk Lammers, The Associated Press
, September 22, 2011
A man who has served as director of the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association and the North Dakota Soybean Council and Growers Association is the new director of the Northern Crops Institute in Fargo.
MINBURN, Iowa (AP) — Rick Hartmann's organic vegetable farm did not produce a single bushel of corn or soybeans, which account for the bulk of the federal crop subsidies paid to farmers in Iowa and across the Midwest.
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