May 19, 2022
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2011 corn crop now 40% planted

Growers Make Remarkable Planting Progress in Key Corn States; 2011 Crop Now 40% Planted In the past week, corn growers nationwide hit their fields in earnest and planted more than a quarter of their 2011 […]

Princess Kay Finalists to be named May 22

Finalists for one of Minnesota’s most coveted titles will be announced Sunday, May 22, in St. Joseph, Minn., at the conclusion of an event where county dairy princesses will gather.  Midwest Dairy Association, which sponsors […]

ND Governor declares winter storm emergency

Gov. Jack Dalrymple yesterday issued an executive order declaring a winter storm emergency as a result of last weekend’s storm that struck western and central North Dakota. Dalrymple also waived service hours and weight restrictions […]

National Farm-City Council launches Facebook page

The National Farm-City Council has launched a Facebook page supporting the mission of the organization. The Facebook page provides information and visuals from local Farm-City organizations and allows them to share these activities with other […]

Planting progress behind

Wet weather has caused fieldwork to come to a standstill in the top corn-producing states east of the Mississippi River last week, pushing overall plantings below the average pace. USDA put corn plantings at 13 […]

Wet weather continues to hamper planting efforts

Emmett Lampert, technical support representative for Syngenta, says very, very little planting has taken place in his territory, covering Northwest Minnesota, all of North Dakota, Montana to the Rockies and the Western two-thirds or so […]