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5 questions for ... Josh Geigle, fourth generation rancher from Creighton, S.D

Jonathan Knutson says what's arguably the biggest internal controversy in modern ag — and influences debate over some of ag's most pressing issues — isn't always seen by the outside world. Put simply, it's how you answer this question: What's a family farm?
Agriculturalists like to portray themselves to the outside world as, "We few, we happy few, we band of brothers." (Hey, it's a Shakespeare quote. Don't blame me because it's gender-limited.) When you account for just 2 percent of the U.S. population, trying to present a unified front is a good...

There's no ideal way to house sows

What do North Dakota, Peru, and Mars have in common? Farming, of course

LETTER: Creation of new government department moves too fast

The North Dakota Senate failed private property owners by declining to move the state out of a system where anyone can come on unposted land, the Agweek Editorial Board says.
If you live in the city, no one can walk into your home and use the bathroom. People can't pitch a tent and spend the night in your yard. But the acres owned by farmers and ranchers in North Dakota have no such protections.The agricultural industry in North Dakota, like almost all states, is diverse...

West over east: Twist in 2017 profit outlook

For now, the outlook is brighter for farmers in western North Dakota, western South Dakota and eastern Montana than it is for their counterparts to the east, who typically fare better because of more fertile soil and more consistent, plentiful rainfall.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — If you're familiar with Upper Midwest agriculture, you know the eastern half of Agweek country — southern Minnesota, eastern South Dakota and the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota — generally enjoys better crops and greater potential profit than...

Fargo is on track for its fourth consecutive winter with below-average snow.
FARGO, N.D. — Normal snowfall for a Fargo Moorhead winter, based on the past three complete decades, is 50.1 inches. Snowfall so far this winter is 26.5 inches, which is about 10 inches below average to date.Barring a lot of snow in March, April, or (gasp) May, this winter will likely be the fourth....

John Wheeler gave this week's agriweather forecast on Agweek TV this morning.
Get the latest agri-weather outlook with WDAY's John Wheeler.