WEST FARGO, N.D. — As the nation’s ag economy experiences lower commodity prices, leaders of the world’s biggest string of farm machinery dealers have faced the challenges head on.
This week on AgweekTV, host Tracy Frank will tell viewers how North Dakota has taken the lead in the fight against Waters of the U.S. regulations. And how the world’s largest farm equipment dealer, Fargo-based Titan, is surviving the weak economy. And reporter Rose Dunn will talk about farm and the fair.
Sometimes I feel sorry for plants because of our expectations. We want them to grow rapidly because we can't wait forever for plants to spread and "fill in." But then we wish they had the good sense to stop precisely at our desired boundary. Vigorous plants are great or terrible, depending on your current viewpoint.
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- There are jobs at the ranch that are truly enjoyable at times. Fencing is generally not one of them. Fencing at the ranch involves wood ticks, nasty brush, a kazillion horse flies, barbed wire, pliers and a lot of bending over.
As our beloved American flag flies high this weekend and the fireworks light up the night sky, there’s a special group of people in our communities I want to honor. Without skipping a beat, they respond to a call for help. Sometimes there’s a happy ending; sometimes it’s sad. Through it all, their attentiveness is comforting and commendable.
FARGO-Kids from across the state recently converged on North Dakota State University's campus to, among other things, compete in a cook-off using products grown in North Dakota. The mostly girls and some boys were taking part in the 4-H Extension Youth Conference.
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