Theaters will have 3-D capabilities by the time summer blockbusters come out WORTHINGTON —By the end of next week, local moviegoers will view the latest favorite flicks on an updated digital system at Northland Cinema 5.
NEW ORLEANS, La. — With 55 percent of U.S.-grown soybeans making their way into the export market in 2008-2009, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council has developed a program to show producers statewide just how their checkoff dollars are helping to fund international marketing programs.
MINNEAPOLIS — Stop me if you’ve heard this one.
Congress passes a bill to address an urgent public need. A greedy industry finds a loophole and steps in to siphon off a half-billion dollars without accomplishing anything new. Free money, no public purpose served, taxpayers ripped off.
EDGERTON — Communication and honesty are key in strengthening families, especially dairy farming families, who face enormous time constraints due to their work and also suffer increasing economic pressure due to the flagging dairy market, said Rural Mental Health Director Ted Matthews at a public forum Wednesday at the Edgerton Pizza Ranch.
SFY International witness dire need for lock and dam improvements
NEW ORLEANS, La. – Four years ago, the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council debuted the See For Yourself (SFY) program, geared to educate the state’s soybean producers on the path their crop takes once it leaves the field.
WORTHINGTON — At the end of each year for the last 16 years, a survey has been conducted for farmland sales in 14 southwest Minnesota counties. The survey reports bare farmland sales to nonrelated parties for the first six months of each year.
JEFFERS — He served in every leadership position on the board — most of them more than one term — but as of last week, Ron Jorgenson is officially retired after 20 years of service to his local cooperative elevator.
ST. PAUL — You can reduce risk when selecting corn hybrids by using information from many sources, including universities, grower associations, seed companies and on-farm strip trials. Results from unbiased, replicated trials are especially important.
JEFF COULTER U OF M EXTENSION
, January 21, 2010
LAKEFIELD — Navigating the complex, shifting world of environmental permits, deciding on an effective crop management plan and purchasing the right crop and hail insurance are difficult tasks even for the most well-informed, patient farmers.
LAMBERTON — Minnesota Forage Day will be Feb. 11 at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center, Lamberton. The program is co-sponsored by University of Minnesota Extension and the Midwest Forage Association (MFA). Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., with the program from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
PAUL PETERSON U OF M EXTENSION
, January 21, 2010
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