agriculture

We are four days beyond the expiration to the Farm Bill. Rather than working to resolve the dispute between the House and Senate and provide certainty to family farmers facing low commodity prices, members of the House are out campaigning ...

Late Friday afternoon, word came down that U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland upheld North Dakota’s Corporate Farming Law. The decision comes a little over two years since the North Dakota Farm Bureau (NDFB) sued the State of North Dakota. The ...

Today kicks off Big Iron the largest farm show in the upper-Midwest. For three days in West Fargo people involved with agriculture gather to talk about all things farm and ranch related. In the midterm election, agriculture has been propelled ...

Over the past few weeks, we have seen the Trump administration’s trade war go from threats on social media and in speeches to actual government policy. The effects of the trade war are already being felt in North Dakota, through ...

Yesterday, I reported on the absence of Governor Doug Burgum in standing up for a “key pillar of the farm economy” by not taking a stand on the renewable fuel standard (RFS). Six other farm-state Governors told President Trump to ...

I spent the beginning of this month thinking of my father, a WW2 combat veteran of the Pacific who spent his 25th birthday on an LST, a tank landing ship, bound for Japan and a land invasion. His birthday was ...

Today the Office of Management and Budget Director Pam Sharp told the interim Government Finance Committee the State of North Dakota is still considered officially in a recession. The answer provided by Sharp to House Minority Leader Corey Mock’s question ...

Brandon Delvo Brandon Delvo sat down to visit with me at Tapps Lounge in Jamestown, North Dakota. I wanted to get his take on veteran issues, agriculture policy, and his experience running for elected office in North Western North Dakota. ...