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Prairie Grains is the
On The Internet -- Learn
more about this booming communications technology that is
referred to as the "Super Information Highway."
Computer Buying Tips -- Christmas 1995 might be the biggest year yet for computer sales, including rural areas.
MAWG Partners In New Farm Radio Network -- The Red River Farm Network will begin farm broadcasting in North Dakota and Minnesota on Dec. 4, 1995.
MN, ND Wheat And Barley Convention -- Get the program details on the joint convention of the MN Association of Wheat Growers, North Dakota Grain Growers Association, and the Minnesota Barley Growers Association, to be held Dec. 12 and 13 at the Holiday Inn in Fargo.
Notes From a roller-coaster Growing Season -- Roller coaster' might best describe the 1995 growing season for small grains.
Diversifying Need Not Mean Farming -- Instead of expanding his farming operation, former MAWG President Warren Affeldt decided to invest in a new venture, in a non-ag market sector he knew virtually nothing about.
Advance Deficiency Payment Refunds Likely -- High grain prices in place since last summer will in all likilihood mean that advance deficiency payments on some far program crops.
Ag Foundation Tour Promotes ND Ag -- The North Dakota Ag Foundation promoted the state's agricultural sector earlier this year through its annual Congressional Staff Tour.
Gaebe Named NDGGA Executive Director -- Lance Gaebe has been named new executive director of the North Dakota Grain Growers Association.
How May Value-added Cooperatives Succeed? -- That question, and others related to the value-added cooperative movement in the Northern Plains.
Be Involved in This Industry of Ours -- As I am writing this, the 1995 Farm Bill has yet to be inked.
Minnesota legislative Update -- The Minnesota Legislature is officially in recess until Jan. 16, 1995.
Pursuing The Farm Bill, Value-added -- Never has there been a mark-up of a new farm bill that has been as unconventional as this year.
Become a MAWG Member This Winter -- Daily wheat news on DTN is just one facet of the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers' membership program.
Seeking New Ways To Influence Farm Profits -- It is difficult to dispute the fact that agriculture is facing a mixed bag of postive and negative changes.
Praire Short Cuts -- ND produced just over 300 million bushels of wheat in 1995, according to the ND Ag Statistics Service.
Research Range Dedicated to MN Wheat Growers -- The 10th research range of the Northwest Experiment Station at the University of Minnesota, Crookston, was dedicated to the Minnesota Association of wheat Growers and the The Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council at the station's field day this past summer.
Why Did Scab Seem worse in Barley? -- Even though all wheat and barley varieties are susceptible to scab, there are some wheat varieties which are less susceptible than others.
Stander Approved For Malting, Canadian Sale -- Stander, developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1993.
Why Prairie Grains? -- The name of this magazine, "Spring Wheat," will change to "Prairie Grains," beginning with the next issue due out in February.
Thinking About Buying a Farm Computer? -- For what reason will you be using your computer?