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'Operation Hay Lift' helps farmers affected by flooding in Nebraska


FFA winter CDE event at All Seasons Arena


Newborn livestock battle blizzard


A look inside Minot Park District's green house


Lawsuit over Roundup weed killer


Calving in the cold


Soil moisture in good shape in North Dakota as spring nears


Feds: China agrees to buy more U.S. soybeans


World record-breaking bull from St. Anthony sold for $1.51 million


New herbicide hits the market


'Optimum Ag Solutions' for farmers, from farmers


Why local North Dakota farmers do what they do


DRAGN Grill on display at KMOT Ag Expo


Farm Credit Services at the KMOT Ag Expo


Connecting farmers from all over North America


Technology changing the world of farming


Keeping cattle warm through the winter


FSA opens to help ND producers during partial government shutdown


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