Tweaking management practices can protect protein and price.
Winter wheat, fairly new to the Northern Plains, proves its merit.
Two new drought-tolerant wheat varities are high yielders, too.
Crop residue is as good as gold. The more there is, the bigger the bank of stored fertility.
Developing durum varieties with improved disease resistance and superior milling and pasta quality is the goal of Dakota Growers Pasta Company, Inc. (DGPC).
When wet weather patterns spawned disease in North Dakota’s traditional durum wheat country, many durum growers switched to hard red spring wheat.
Solving problems with supplements could improve herd performance.
Determination and creativity open doors to dairy farming.
Crop options for producing ethanol include perennial grasses grown on marginal land.
Late-born calves wintered with few inputs gain well as yearlings.