A diverse group of more than 40 agribusinesses, farm groups and state departments of agriculture visited the Netherlands in mid April to strengthen trade relationships and look for new opportunities.
Some Midwestern states sought allowing E15 year round in 2023. It's an effort, in part, to help lower the cost of fuel for consumers.
In a roundtable with U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, small-scale producers from southern Minnesota shared how crop insurance was unattainable for their operations.
"The 2,000-mile pipeline ... would transport deadly liquified waste from ethanol plants in five states here for “sequestration” (cough). One North Dakota ethanol plant would benefit. One is the loneliest number. It's the loneliest number since the number zero."
Trade missions provide an opportunity for Northarvest Bean Growers Association to promote its commodity
During the past two years, Northarvest Bean Growers Association members and staff went on trade missions.
The largest growth in the ethanol industry came between 2005 and 2013
It was a slow start, but improved weather could mean the sap seekers will prevail in producing the highly sought after syrup.
With a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council, Susan Waughtal shares her experiences at southeast Minnesota farm
The last time we visited with Breckenridge High School senior Dylan Bakken, he told WDAY News his dream of becoming a farmer.
North Dakota has three soybean crush plants in the works. Those largely will produce soybean meal for animal feed. But a big and growing piece of the puzzle is biofuels made from soybean oil.
Even after dark, the work doesn't stop for farmers and ranchers during calving season.
Minnesota Extension Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) offers thoughts on what questions to ask if you are considering adding solar to your operation.
Policy funds are paving the way for electric vehicles, but the ethanol industry believes, from an environmental standpoint, ethanol is the right fit, right now.