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6/03/11 (Fri)

Abandoned mineral statute needs revision

There is need for legislation to clarify North Dakota's abandoned mineral statute, according to a recent review written by Sara K. Sorensen, attorney at Ohnstad Twichell Law Firm of West Fargo.

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6/02/11 (Thu)

Choose My Plate

USDA has replaced the food pyramid with a plate, calling the new icon a “monumental effort” to improve America’s health.

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6/01/11 (Wed)

June is Dairy Month

It's the first of June and that means Dairy Month has begun! If you love milk or cheese or yogurt, take a moment this month to thank those hard working dairy farmers, because without them, we would not have all the wonderful dairy products we enjoy.

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5/27/11 (Fri)

A very personal column

As people along the Missouri River below Garrison Dam prepare for a 100 year-flood, Devils Lake farmer and NDFB President Eric Aasmundstad shares his very personal story of loss at the hands of Devils Lake.

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5/26/11 (Thu)

Project Safe Send dates set

BISMARCK – Project Safe Send, North Dakota’s annual collection of unusable pesticides, will be conducted at 12 locations in July.

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5/26/11 (Thu)

Water, water, water

Just six years ago, Lake Sakakawea was so low, long submerged structures were sticking out of the water and causing problems.

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5/25/11 (Wed)

Motor fuel compliance checks coming

Bismarck, ND – The Office of State Tax Commissioner, North Dakota Highway Patrol, and the Department of Transportation today announced plans for their agencies to conduct joint dyed diesel fuel compliance checks throughout the state this summer.

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5/24/11 (Tue)

AFBF advocates passing FTAs at World Trade Month event

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 24, 2011 – American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman today joined other agriculture leaders to mark World Trade Month and advocate passage of three outstanding trade agreements. At a press event on Capitol Hill, Stallman said that AFBF supports immediate passage of the Korea, Colombia and Panama free trade agreements.

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5/23/11 (Mon)

Still time to register for June FLP workshops

If you've been thinking about signing up for a Food, Land and People workshop held in June, don't delay. The deadline is this Wednesday, May 25.

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5/20/11 (Fri)

Choice Hotels has summer special

Farm Bureau members planning to do a little traveling this summer have a great opportunity with Choice Hotels.

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5/19/11 (Thu)

Governor proclaims Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week

BISMARCK – Gov. Jack Dalrymple has proclaimed May 22-28 as North Dakota Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week, urging North Dakotans to learn what they can do to prevent the introduction of an insect that could devastate the state’s tree population.

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5/18/11 (Wed)

Grainger has special power tool savings

In the market for new power tools? Grainger can help. And as a member of North Dakota Farm Bureau, you can save a few extra bucks too!

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5/17/11 (Tue)

Comprehensive tax relief means revised withholding tables

Bismarck, N.D. – Tax Commissioner Cory Fong today released the newly updated North Dakota Income Tax Withholding Rates and Instructions and updated Individual Income Tax Withholding Tables.

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5/16/11 (Mon)

Mobi NDFB

We're looking for your input. Please answer our quick poll, and let us know what you think about adding a mobile NDFB site for smart phone users.

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5/16/11 (Mon)

Insurance covers prevented-planting

The likelihood of a record number of acres not planted in North Dakota in 2011 is increasing significantly as producers reach the middle of May with minimal seeding completed and several more days of rain in the forecast.

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