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AGRICULTURE

Concerns about a production issue in her dad's soybean field has led to a prestigious scholarship for Hankinson, North Dakota, student Emma Kratcha.
Two workshops are being offered through LivingWorks, a partner organization of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in the coming months.
Regenerative practices include planting cover crops, growing a more diverse mix of crops, grazing livestock on harvested fields and reducing pesticide use.
Charles “Bud” Sedlachek was born in Jasper, Minnesota, in 1938, died of congestive heart failure in Brainerd at 83 on Jan. 3. The Crow Wing County farmer loved John Deere equipment, so a John Deere tractor led the funeral procession and he was buried in a custom-ordered John Deere casket.

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An agriculture-focused opinion piece from agriculture columnist Alan Guebert
“He had 23 missed calls when they found him. If he would’ve had his phone that night, we would be having a totally different conversation right now.”
Alan Guebert writes about agricultural issues and topics
South Dakota Farm Bureau, Wyoming Farm Bureau committees to co-host
Agriculture column from Alan Guebert
State veterinarian outlines processing regulations at South Dakota Farmers Union convention

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Agriculture column from Alan Guebert
National president urges farmers to tell their stories, persuade policymakers
Mandt Market owners Richard and Rachelle Wedel are among an increasing number of North Dakota growers who are local foods producers.

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