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Deadline Approaching for Operation Round Up Grant Applications
October 24

EDGELEY, ND - Flood, fire, disease and hunger – with help from cooperative members, Dakota Valley Electric seeks to help people in need.

Operation Round Up provides financial assistance to i...(more)

Jamestown and Devils Lake Voc-Rehab Employees Among Honorees
October 24

BISMARCK, ND – The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) recently honored several employees for their work assisting North Dakotans with disabiliti...(more)

Buchanan Listed Among Most Affordable Places to Live
October 24

UNDATED - Movoto Real Estate Blog has released a top-10 list of most affordable cities in the nation. Five North Dakota communities made the list: Buchanan, Forbes, Rhame, Roseglen and Wildrose. Buch...(more)

Evenflo Recalling Child Safety Seats
October 24

DETROIT (AP) - Evenflo is recalling more than 202,000 rear-facing infant seats because the buckles can become difficult to unlatch.

The recall affects Embrace 35/9999 models with an AmSafe QT1...(more)

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Dairy FARM Report Released
Fri, 24 Oct 2014

The National Milk Producers Federation has issued its annual report on the National Dairy FARM Program. In this case, FARM stands for Farmers Assuring Responsible Management, which is the industry’s standards for animal care. According to the report, 99 percent of the farms in the program monitor their animals daily to identify health issues. Ninety-three percent of those surveyed have protocols in place with veterinarians to deal with common diseases, calving and special needs animals. The report found 84 percent of farms in the program have a valid veterinarian-client relationship, which was seen as an area that needs improvement. 
Board Determines There is Scientific Support for WOTUS
Fri, 24 Oct 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board has completed a peer review and determined there is “strong scientific support” for the proposed Waters of the United States rule. Public comment on the new rule will be accepted through November 14. Agriculture groups are united in their opposition to the proposed expansion in jurisdiction for EPA. 
Comments Being Taken on Emerging Animal Disease List
Fri, 24 Oct 2014

The animal agriculture industry has until mid-January to submit comments on the USDA’s response to emerging animal diseases. The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is trying to develop a national list of reportable diseases and a standard reporting system. APHIS is also seeking feedback on its efforts to identify and evaluate foreign animal diseases. 
Ethanol Profits Hit a Wall
Fri, 24 Oct 2014

University of Illinois ag economist Scott Irwin says ethanol profits literally hit a wall in the last month. While the decline was startling in its speed and magnitude, it is consistent with basic economic logic. With profits averaging more than two times the normal level since March 2013, Irwin says something had to give to restore equilibrium. That something was the price of ethanol, which dropped more than 50 cents a gallon last month alone. However, in during the 84-week streak between mid-March 2013 and last Friday, Irwin says a representative ethanol plant earned a cumulative $66 million profit. That’s more than twice the $25 million in profits earned during the previous 320 weeks.
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