MARSHALL, Minn. – Last year saw the introduction of a new soybean variety that gave producers another tool to control weeds. The dicamba herbicide formulations for tolerant soybeans were surrounded by strict spraying regulations. After many growers experienced off target movement by the herb…
WEST FARGO, N.D. – For the latest information on farming in the Upper Midwest, Big Iron Farm Show can’t be beat.
Working as a soil conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is a career path that is not only rewarding, but it's a perfect vocation for someone with a love for the outdoors and people.
Each year many key issues are discussed as part of the various candidate debates and feature forums at Farmfest. The 2016 farm show was held on August 2-4 in Redwood County, Minnesota.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Multinational chemical giant BASF has licensed Montana-based Northern Seed to research and develop its Clearfield technology in wheat. The agreement also allows Northern Seed to commercialize wheat varieties that use the Clearfield Production System, an integrated herbicide …
ELGIN, N.D. – Family and friends are most important to full-time country mom, grandmother, farmer and beekeeper owner, Marie Roth Ackerman.
REGAN, N.D. – Her work may be behind the scenes, but for County Woman finalist Katy Kassian, everything she does is definitely in the forefront of the minds of her loved ones.
VERONA, N.D. – Whether she’s being referred to as an artist or “sports grandma,” County Woman of the Year finalist, Katherine Plessner, is always there for her family and husband as they work together on their 5th generation farmstead.
NEW ROCKFORD, N.D. – Leann Schafer is a partner on a farming operation west of New Rockford that involves many different aspects such as grain farming, running a cow-calf herd, a feedlot and Roughrider Feeds, a Purina Feed dealership.
LAKOTA, N.D. – A stone’s throw to the east from Highway 1, nine miles south of Lakota is where you find Diane Swenson, one of six finalists for Farm & Ranch Guide’s Country Woman of the Year award.
SARLES, N.D. – Terri Haberstroh has lived her entire life on a farm, yet she has accomplished just as much as if she had moved to a large city.
There are times when excessively large crops result in a shortage of grain storage space. And during the last couple years many farmers have decided against selling grain from the previous year, waiting for prices to improve, which has limited space for the current crop. But there are altern…
As farmers move forward into the summer months, Ken Hellevang, NDSU Extension agricultural engineer, said keeping grain as cool as possible should be a top priority during this time of year.
No one – not the bin designer, the manufacturer, the contractor, nor the producer – wants a grain bin to fail.
In the redesign of the Case IH Early Riser planter, producers asked for higher speed with the durability to handle that speed, more automation, greater row-by-row precision and more cutting-edge technology.
Operator comfort and greater productivity highlight new enhancements to the 2016 Case IH lineup of high-horsepower combines.
Like most farmers these days, you’re keeping a close eye on costs. If you raise livestock, you know feed is your largest expense. Did you also know that ramping up your hay quality can help reduce those expenses? It all starts with a little time, timeliness and, of course, some good fortune.
Turn potential into profit this growing season with Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS).
Producers can aggressively manage heavy crop residue and soils with the new True-Tandem 335 Barracuda vertical tillage tool from Case IH.
Case IH Precision Disk 500 series air drills are being used all over the country in diverse settings from northeastern U.S., to southeastern regions and throughout the Plains states.
Operator comfort and greater productivity highlight new enhancements to the 2016 Case IH lineup of high-horsepower tractors and combines.
Case IH Patriot series sprayers, accompanied by our Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) technology, can help you more cost-effectively protect your crops on several fronts.
Columbia sheep breeders will come together once again this year for their annual National Columbia Show and Sale. The sale runs from June 9-11 in Minot, N.D.