Farm
By Emily Wilmes, University of Minnesota Extension One of the most common topics for questions I get at the office is cropland rental. Renting farmland is common for many farmers seeking land, and the value of land causes many landowners to hold on to it, even after their own farming days are over. ...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent It is no secret that animals can bring love into the lives of people. This is particularly true for Marlene Allen of Grey Eagle, who has found love for life in her paint horses and a house full of snub-nosed dogs. Horses became an important part of Allen’s life when s...Read More
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By Emily Wilmes University of Minnesota Extension It’s fall, and on top of everything else farmers need to be thinking about and planning for, beef producers should be thinking about deworming their cattle. Deworming is, of course, a smart and economic decision for any producer —parasites can le...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent Good fortune happens to those who aren’t afraid to take a brave step into the unknown. Having the confidence that hard work, dedication and unwavering faith in God promised Roger Lyon his success in his dairy farm near Villard. Lyon grew up on a dairy farm and knew th...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent Joe Tensen of Brooten grew up on all things western — from his taste of music and his favorite movies right down to his boots. Inspired by the stories in his western paperbacks and the ones his father told about his time in the rodeo, Tensen was destined to become a [...Read More
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