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.
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 largest growth in the ethanol industry came between 2005 and 2013
The last time we visited with Breckenridge High School senior Dylan Bakken, he told WDAY News his dream of becoming a farmer.
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.
Ryan Storbeck was sentenced to serve 375 days in the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Similar to major crops, the number of acres of specialty crops, such as sunflowers, that farmers will plant may change depending on weather conditions during the next several weeks.
The 2023 camps, which each can accommodate 16 youth, are being held in the west, east and central part of the state. They build on the regional camps that in 2022 were held in Fargo and Washburn.
U.S. Sen. Tina Smith heard a wide range of concerns about the farm bill at a roundtable discussion Monday in west-central Minnesota
Drew Peterson had to rebuild nearly his whole farm after the 2022 derecho. Now, he's looking ahead to this next growing season.
Rodeo fans and contestants from across the Great Plains braved the winter weather to fill the stands at the Swiftel Center in Brookings, South Dakota, for the 67th Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo.