Ag Events Calendar

Nov. 6, Lisbon, N.D.: Biochar workshop, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., at North Dakota Forest Service field office, register www.ag.ndsu.edu/ndfs/biochar.

Nov. 6, Miller: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at Miller High School, 623 East 4th St., www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com 

Nov. 6-7, Bismarck, N.D.: Soil Health Summit – Edible Landscapes, at National Energy Center of Excellence, Bismarck State College,1200 Schafer St., register tinyurl.com/y5hzbl9k, Cindy Makedonski 701-250-4518 ext. 3 or lucinda.makedonski@nd.nacdnet.net.

Nov. 7, Carrington, N.D.: Biochar workshop, 9 a.m. - noon, at NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center, register www.ag.ndsu.edu/ndfs/biochar.

Nov. 7, Sioux Falls: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at Outdoor Campus East, 4500 South Oxbow Ave., www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com 

Nov. 8, Cavalier, N.D.: Biochar workshop, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., at Icelandic State Park, register www.ag.ndsu.edu/ndfs/biochar.

Nov. 8, St. Onge: R-CALF USA rollover calf sale fund-raiser, 1 p.m. MST, at St. Onge Livestock, 11693 Sale Barn Rd., Tatum Lee 405-834-5710 or tatumlee@r-calfusa.com.

Nov. 9, Bottineau, N.D.: Biochar workshop, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., at Dakota College, register www.ag.ndsu.edu/ndfs/biochar.

Nov. 12, Atkinson, Neb.: R-CALF USA rollover calf sale fundraiser, noon MST, at Atkinson Livestock Market, 87604 S. Wixon St., Tatum Lee 405-834-5710 or tatumlee@r-calfusa.com.

Nov. 12, Huron: Beef processing plant investment meeting, 3 p.m., at Huron Continental Marketing, 39763 U.S. Highway 14, 605-352-8682.

Nov. 13, Finley, N.D.: 4-H volunteer project training, 5:30-8:30 p.m. CST, at Finley Sharon School, tinyurl.com/yynyr29m, Micki Mertz 701-231-7259 or micki.mertz@ndsu.edu.

Nov. 13, Primghar, Iowa: I-29 Moo University Dairy Field day, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m., at Summit Dairy, 5564 390th St., Jim Salfer (612) 360-4506 or salfe001@umn.edu, Fred Hall (712) 737-4230 or fredhall@iastate.edu, or Tracey Erickson (605) 882-5140 or tracey.erickson@sdstate.edu.

Nov. 14, Bottineau, N.D.: 4-H volunteer project training, 5:30-8:30 p.m. CST, at Metigoshe Ministries Christian Center-Lake Metigoshe, 10605 Lake Loop Road E., tinyurl.com/yynyr29m, Micki Mertz 701-231-7259 or micki.mertz@ndsu.edu.

Nov. 14, Highmore: Community grant writing workshop, 9:45 a.m. - 4 p.m., at Hyde County Memorial Auditorium, 125 2nd St. SW, Beth Simonson (605) 852-2540 or beth@hydeoutbnb.com.

Nov. 14, Webster: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at Galley Hotel and Banquet Hall, 230 West Highway 12, www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com 

Nov. 18, Faith: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at VFW, Main Street, www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com 

Nov. 19, Crawfordsville, Iowa: Conservation and prairie STRIPS project field day, 3-6:30 p.m., at Iowa State University Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm, Tim Youngquist 712-269-0592 or timyoung@iastate.edu.

Nov. 19, Murdo: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at Murdo High School, 404 Jackson Ave., www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com.

Nov. 19-20, Bismarck, N.D.: Northern Hemp Summit, at Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center, www.northernhempsummit.org, David Ripplinger 701-231-5265 or david.ripplinger@ndsu.edu.

Nov. 20, Viborg: I-29 Moo University Dairy Field day, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m., at Tri Cross Dairy, 45144 289th St., Jim Salfer (612) 360-4506 or salfe001@umn.edu, Fred Hall (712) 737-4230 or fredhall@iastate.edu, or Tracey Erickson (605) 882-5140 or tracey.erickson@sdstate.edu.

Nov. 20, Wishek, N.D.: 4-H volunteer project training, 6-9 p.m. CST, at Wishek School, tinyurl.com/yynyr29m, Micki Mertz 701-231-7259 or micki.mertz@ndsu.edu.

Nov 21, Mitchell: Beef Quality Assurance in person training, 2-4 p.m., at Mitchell Technical Institute,1800 E Spruce St., tinyurl.com/y2zfvc43.

Nov. 21, Rapid City: SD Dept. of Ag open house meeting, 4:30 - 7 p.m., at Outdoor Campus West, 4130 Adventure Trail, www.sdnaturalresourcesplan.com.

Nov. 22-23, Sioux Falls: South Dakota Farm Bureau Annual Convention, at Best Western Ramkota Hotel, www.sdfbf.org, 605-353-8050.

Nov. 23, Fargo, N.D.: 16th Annual Coin Show of North Dakota, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., at the Ramada Fargo, 3333 13th Avenue South, www.redrivervalleycoinclub.org.

Nov. 23-25, Hettinger, N.D.: North Dakota Sheep Shearing School, at Adams County Fairgrounds, Christopher Schauer 701-567-4323 or christopher.schauer@ndsu.edu.

Nov. 23-25, Hettinger, N.D.: Certified Wool Classing School, at Hettinger Armory, Christopher Schauer 701-567-4323 or christopher.schauer@ndsu.edu.

Nov. 24-25, Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Organic Conference, at University of Iowa, https://tinyurl.com/yxmzrdvm, 515-294-5116 or kdelate@iastate.edu.

Nov. 25, Killdeer, N.D.: 4-H volunteer project training, 5:30-8:30 p.m. MST, at Killdeer School, tinyurl.com/yynyr29m, Micki Mertz 701-231-7259 or micki.mertz@ndsu.edu.

Dec. 3-4, Pierre: South Dakota Cattlemen's Association Convention and Trade Show, at Ramkota, www.sdcattlemen.org or 605-945-2333.

Dec. 4-5, Ames, Iowa: Integrated Crop Management Conference, www.aep.iastate.edu/icm, 515-294-6429 or anr@iastate.edu.

Dec. 10, Worthing: Beef Quality Assurance Transportation workshop, 1-4 p.m., at Sioux Falls Regional Livestock, tinyurl.com/y3dkbequ, Heidi Carroll 605-688-6623 or Heidi.Carroll@sdstate.edu.

Dec. 10-12, Minneapolis, Minn.: Minnesota Crop Pest Management Short Course, at Minneapolis Convention Center, tinyurl.com/y2ffjxfj.

Jan. 10-11, Chamberlain: Power of Women as AgVocates Conference, at Arrowhead Cedar Shore Conference Center, tinyurl.com/y37w2a69, Robin Salverson 605-374-4177 or robin.salverson@sdstate.edu.

Jan. 10-11, Marvin: Farm couple retreat, at The Abbey of the Hills, abbeyofthehills.org/harvesting-hope or 605-398-9200.

Jan. 15-16, Watertown: South Dakota Soil Health Coalition Conference and Annual Meeting, at Ramkota Hotel and Watertown Event Center, 1901 9th Ave. SW, www.sdsoilhealthcoalition.org, 605-280-4190.

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