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You have questions? These farmers have answers. If you have a question you would like a farmer to answer about why they do what they do, please email dawn@ndfb.org.

Ask a farmer: Why do prices for some groceries fluctuate more than others?

 

Ask a farmer: Why raise dairy cows inside?

 

Ask a farmer: Why do you raise cover crops?

 

Ask a farmer: Why do you use GPS and other technology on your farm?

 

Ask a farmer: Why do you artificially inseminate cows?

 

Ask a farmer: What kind of hormones do you feed your pigs?

 

Learn why Laura, a farmer from Grafton, is proud to raise GMO crops.

Listen to real farmers answer questions about why they do what they do in these short audio testimonials...

Dana, a farmer from Ransom County, explains why many farmers also work off the farm.

Chris, a rancher from Stark County, explains why ranchers still use horses to work cattle.

Chuck, a farmer from Logan County, explains why farmers give antibiotics to dairy cattle.

Carl, a farmer from Cass County, explains why farmers plant GMO crops.

John, a farmer from Kidder County, explains why farmers dock lambs' tails.

Kirk, a farmer from McKenzie County, explains why farmers have concerns about local budgets.

Mike, a rancher from Burleigh County, explains why ranchers brand cattle.

Tom, a farmer from LaMoure County, explains why farmers use big equipment.

Nathan, a farmer from Pembina County, explains why farmers are concerned about estate taxes.

Carson, a farmer from Hettinger County, explains why farmers use fertilizer.

Chris, a farmer from Pierce County, explains why farmers use high-tech equipment.

Ken, a farmer from Grant County, explains why farmers have so many bales out in their fields.

Levi, a farmer from Stutsman County, explains why young people would want to farm.

Wes, a rancher and member from Mercer County, explains why farmers are so concerned about property rights.

Daryl, a farmer and member from McLean County, explains why farmers raise show animals.

Trevor, a farmer and member from Bowman County, explains why farmers give implants to beef cattle.

Chad, a farmer and member from Wells County, explains why farmers raise so many different crops.

Val, a farmer and member from Dickey County, explains why they calve in the cold.

Katie, a farmer and member from McLean County, talks about why farmers get involved in politics.

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