The state Agriculture Department has awarded 27 grants totaling more than $3 million to boost specialty crops in North Dakota.
An East Coast-based company that operates intermodal shipping facilities in Nebraska and Texas will run a new facility in Minot.
Farmers and ranchers must remove all hay bales from North Dakota highway rights of way by the end of the month, according to the state Departm…
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has scheduled free training sessions for produce growers across the state.
Organic producers in North Dakota can now apply to get reimbursed for part of their organic certification costs.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has added corn chopping to its Harvest Hotline in an effort to link custom harvesters and corn chop…
A community is rallying around one of its own in Crosby, and it’s pulling on the nation’s heart strings.
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Born into a farm and ranch family, Calli Thorne has a diversity of skills that would impress any city slicker. The Watford City mother, wife, …
The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday announced up to an additional $14 billion for farmers and ranchers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The super weed palmer amaranth has now been found in a dozen North Dakota counties, and a top weed expert is urging vigilance.
The fall Farmers and Artisans Market is set Thursday at the state Capitol in Bismarck.
The super weed palmer amaranth has been found in a 10th North Dakota county.
North Dakota has its first confirmed case of livestock anthrax this year, in Morton County.The case confirmed in a beef cattle herd Wednesday …
Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has activated the North Dakota Harvest Hotline.
The federal government is allowing farmers in certain North Dakota counties to hay cover crops on "prevented plant" acres two months earlier t…
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture is providing more guidance for state residents who have received unsolicited packages of seeds from China.
North Dakota's Agricultural Products Utilization Commission is funding seven projects this quarter with grants totaling nearly $359,000.The gr…
The 16th annual North Dakota Farmers Market Day at the Capitol is set Wednesday.
North Dakota's Agriculture Department has announced dates and locations for this year's round of Project Safe Send chemical collections.
North Dakota officials lauded the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that went into effect Wednesday.
A McKenzie County man is dead after a farm accident.
Blue-green algae is killing livestock in central North Dakota, and officials are urging ranchers and recreationists to be aware of the danger.