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Spring Light Goose Hunters can Track Migration
March 2

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Spring light goose hunters in North Dakota can track the general locations of birds as they migrate through the state.

The Game and Fish Department says hunters can call...(more)

North Dakota Game and Fish News
March 2

BISMARCK - Anglers are reminded that North Dakota’s darkhouse spearfishing season closes March 15. Individuals who would still like to get out for the first time this year must register with the Nor...(more)

Devils Lake Grandmother Earns GED
March 1

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota woman has earned her GED more than 50 years after dropping out of high school to help in her family's farm.

WDAZ-TV reports Katherine Schuler left scho...(more)

Devils Lake Missionaries Freed in Venezuela
February 28

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) — Sen. John Hoeven says Venezuela has released four missionaries from North Dakota who were detained several days ago.

Hoeven says in a statement his office learned fro...(more)

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Farm News

Rhoads Hired as MBC Industry Relations Director
Mon, 02 Mar 2015

The Minnesota Beef Council has hired Royalee Rhoads as the director of industry relations. Most recently, Rhoads worked in the retail sector. Rhoads is also active in the Minnesota State Cattlewomen and American National Cattlewomen.
Brazilian Trucking Blockade Continues to Cause Problems
Mon, 02 Mar 2015

Despite a police crackdown, protesting Brazilian truckers renewed roadblocks Monday morning in Brazil. Reports say 46 highways were blocked Monday morning across six states as truckers protest against rising diesel fuel prices, high tolls and falling freight rates. News reports out of Brazil say the blockades have stopped the flow of soybeans and soybean meal to the ports and are forcing crushing plants to suspend operation.

Mon, 02 Mar 2015


Vilsack Urges Farmers to Support TPA and TPP
Sat, 28 Feb 2015

Speaking at Commodity Classic, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack urged farmers to show the same passion for Trade Promotion Authority that they did for the 2014 farm bill. “I’m asking you to help us convince this country that it’s in our economic and national security interests to get these trade agreements through," pleaded Vilsack, "Why do I ask? I spoke with a Senator the other day; he said I’ll give you two numbers, 1,200 and two. The 1,200 represents the number of calls my office has received this week opposed to Trade Promotion Authority and TPP. The number two is the number of calls I’ve received in support.” RRFN's Commodity Classic coverage is sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council.
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