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NDSU Workshops For Gardeners Offered In April

North Dakota State University is offering a series of workshops for gardeners. A team of 12 university experts will present information on timely topics in gardening and landscaping. The Spring Fever Garden Forums will be held on Monday nights in...

 

Putting The Profit Back In Your Crop

A series of producer meetings entitled “Cropping Decisions 2016: Putting the Profit Back in Your Crop” have been scheduled for December 7-11 across northwest North Dakota. The NDSU Extension Service in McKenzie County will be hosting one of...

 

Calf Losses Before Birth A Concern-The Best Way To Determine What Caused An Abortion Or Stillbirth In Cattle Is Lab Testing

Abortions can be a major concern for cattle producers. An “abortion” is the discharge of the fetus prior to the end of the normal gestation period, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension Service veterinarian and lives...

 

Wheat Midge Populations Lower In 2015 Than 2014

Only 7 percent of soil samples show a moderate to high risk for wheat midge infestation. Soil samples in North Dakota indicate decreased levels of overwintering wheat midge larvae (cocoons) for the...

 

Canola Possible Forage Crop for Livestock

Canola can be an alternative feed for livestock, but producers need to be aware of the challenges. Drought-challenged dairy producers facing forage shortages may be able to feed their cows canola and related crops, provided they take certain...

 

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