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10/28/15 (Wed)

Meet a plant and animal biologist

Agriculture is like a puzzle, says Carie Moore.

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10/27/15 (Tue)

Elections and beef nutritionist highlight NDFB Annual Meeting

Elections, policy discussion and defending agriculture in a social media world are all part of the North Dakota Farm Bureau 73rd Annual Meeting, scheduled for Nov. 13-15, at the Holiday Inn, Fargo.

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10/26/15 (Mon)

County Farm Bureau hosting GMO panel

If you've ever had questions about genetic modification in crop and livestock production, attend Cass County Farm Bureau's GMO discussion panel on Tuesday, October 27 at the Holiday Inn, in Fargo.

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10/22/15 (Thu)

The truth about antibiotics in meat

Social media in farm circles blew up this week with the news that Subway will begin serving meat from animals that have never received antibiotics.

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10/20/15 (Tue)

Ag economy outlook

American Farm Bureau Deputy Chief Economist John Anderson is in North Dakota speaking at county annual meetings.

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10/16/15 (Fri)

Government's WOTUS woe

The Environmental Protection Agency won't get 12 different district court cases challenging its WOTUS rule rolled into one.

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10/15/15 (Thu)

Chevy Truck Month extended

From now through November 11, you get 0% financing for 60 months plus $4,500 in total cash allowance on the 2015 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab during Chevy Truck Month.

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10/14/15 (Wed)

New classroom resource launched

“Bringing Biotechnology to Life,” is a new, free educational resource that aims to facilitate learning about agricultural biotechnology.

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10/13/15 (Tue)

Women in agriculture

Yesterday was National Farmer's Day. And while we thank all farmers and ranchers for providing us with food and fiber, we wanted to give an extra shout-out to the women involved in farming and ranching.

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10/09/15 (Fri)

WOTUS rule gets shut down

The controversial Waters of the U.S. rule promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency has been put on hold nationwide.

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10/06/15 (Tue)

Think about fall photos for contest

Fall is a great time to take photos. But it's even better if you could win money for a great photo.

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10/06/15 (Tue)

Critical of butterfly habitat designation

This week's NDFB Newsline features NDFB Public Policy Director Pete Hanebutt talking about USF&WS critical habitat designation for two butterflies.

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10/02/15 (Fri)

Rodeo time!

North Dakota Farm Bureau is a sponsor of the North Dakota Rodeo Association Finals that begin tonight in Bismarck.

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9/23/15 (Wed)

Local success keeps sage grouse off endangered list

State and local conservation efforts have kept the Greater Sage Grouse from being listed as an endangered species.

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9/21/15 (Mon)

Chewsy Choices for a Healthy Life

Educators can earn professional development credit while they teach through Food, Land and People and NDSU.

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