Sunday, November 19, 2017

State confirms bovine TB in another South Dakota beef herd

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Authorities have confirmed bovine tuberculosis in another South Dakota beef herd. State Veterinarian Dustin Oedekoven said Friday that inspectors found an infected cow during routine inspections at a Texas slaughterhouse last...

Agricultural groups challenge California weed-killer warning

By DAVID A. LIEB Associated Press A coalition of a dozen national and Midwestern agricultural groups sued on Nov. 15 to overturn a California decision...

Keystone Pipeline leaks 5,000 barrels of crude oil in Marshall County

The TransCanada-Keystone Pipeline has leaked an estimated 5,000 barrels of crude oil in Marshall County, according to a report by the American News in...

Holistic management changes ranch couple’s life

By Connie Sieh Groop Special to the Farm Forum After learning the basics of holistic ranch management, Cody and Deanna Sand of Forbes, N.D., totally changed...

It’s time to talk turkey

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] It would be remiss to not reflect on the pilgrimage of those joined at the traditional Thanksgiving feast — the turkey included. All...

Hart Family named Farm Family of the Year

Every year the Farm Forum presents the Farm Family of the Year award at the Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce Ag Appreciation Banquet. The...

Hydroponic histrionics? Organic purists assail designation

By LISA RATHKE Associated Press MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Can you call a tomato grown in a nutrient solution instead of dirt "organic"? Some purists...

Harvesters find wet corn, better yield than expected

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] Corn harvest is going better — and wetter — than expected for farmers in the northeastern region of the state. Lannie Meilke wrapped...

State confirms bovine TB in another South Dakota beef herd

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Authorities have confirmed bovine tuberculosis in another South Dakota beef herd. State Veterinarian Dustin Oedekoven said on Nov. 17 that inspectors...

Mother Nature, mother cows and marbling

By Miranda Reiman Certified Angus Beef LLC No farmer or rancher is immune from the challenges of nature, but some cow herds are better at adapting...

The chronic wasting disease map keeps enlarging

By Russ Daly Special to the Farm Forum Lately I’ve been noticing one particular animal disease popping up more frequently and over widening areas in...

2018 is the Year of the Tulip

By David Graper SDSU Extension Horticulture Specialist Reprinted from the National Garden Bureau, www.ngb.org Tulips say “spring” like no other flowers. Their vivid, paint-box colors are a...

American Angus Association recognizes top showring winners

by Sarah Hill Angus Media Many Angus breeders aspire to take home the coveted win in the show ring—grand champion of the show. The sires of...

Tumbling bumblebee populations linked to fungicides

Cornell University ITHACA, N.Y. – When a Cornell-led team of scientists analyzed two dozen environmental factors to understand bumblebee population declines and range contractions, they...

Sec. Perdue: U.S. farm exports hit 3rd highest level on record

U.S. Department of Agriculture WASHINGTON – U.S. agricultural exports totaled $140.5 billion in fiscal year (FY) 2017, climbing nearly $10.9 billion from the previous year...

BeefTalk: Beef growth performance continues to be stable

By Kris Ringwall NDSU Extension Service Beef Specialist Beef cattle performance growth trends, as calculated through the Cow Herd Appraisal of Performance Software (CHAPS), are very...
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Hydroponic histrionics? Organic purists assail designation

By LISA RATHKE Associated Press MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Can you call a tomato grown in a nutrient solution instead of dirt "organic"? Some purists...

Harvesters find wet corn, better yield than expected

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] Corn harvest is going better — and wetter — than expected for farmers in the northeastern region of the state. Lannie Meilke wrapped...

State confirms bovine TB in another South Dakota beef herd

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Authorities have confirmed bovine tuberculosis in another South Dakota beef herd. State Veterinarian Dustin Oedekoven said on Nov. 17 that inspectors...

Mother Nature, mother cows and marbling

By Miranda Reiman Certified Angus Beef LLC No farmer or rancher is immune from the challenges of nature, but some cow herds are better at adapting...

The chronic wasting disease map keeps enlarging

By Russ Daly Special to the Farm Forum Lately I’ve been noticing one particular animal disease popping up more frequently and over widening areas in...

2018 is the Year of the Tulip

By David Graper SDSU Extension Horticulture Specialist Reprinted from the National Garden Bureau, www.ngb.org Tulips say “spring” like no other flowers. Their vivid, paint-box colors are a...

American Angus Association recognizes top showring winners

by Sarah Hill Angus Media Many Angus breeders aspire to take home the coveted win in the show ring—grand champion of the show. The sires of...

Tumbling bumblebee populations linked to fungicides

Cornell University ITHACA, N.Y. – When a Cornell-led team of scientists analyzed two dozen environmental factors to understand bumblebee population declines and range contractions, they...

Sec. Perdue: U.S. farm exports hit 3rd highest level on record

U.S. Department of Agriculture WASHINGTON – U.S. agricultural exports totaled $140.5 billion in fiscal year (FY) 2017, climbing nearly $10.9 billion from the previous year...

BeefTalk: Beef growth performance continues to be stable

By Kris Ringwall NDSU Extension Service Beef Specialist Beef cattle performance growth trends, as calculated through the Cow Herd Appraisal of Performance Software (CHAPS), are very...
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