Breakfast On The Farm Not Just For The Urbanites, Is It?

Local farmers and the Hawley, Minn., Lions Club served up flapjacks and goodwill to farmers for some 4,500 people on May 31. The event was started because of June Dairy Month, 14 years ago. There’s nothing like getting out on a farm. I attended the recent Breakfast on a Farm effort that was held at…
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Farmland Movie Puts Positive Face On Farms

  Members of the Sigma Alpha professional agricultural sorority from North Dakota State University pose in front of the Farmland movie poster after viewing a premier showing on April 30, 2014, at Marcus West Acre Theater in Fargo, N.D. FARGO, N.D. — If you have any connection to agriculture (you do, if you eat) the…
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Buzz: ‘Farmland’ Movie Debuts In Fargo On On May 1 At The West Acres Cinema.

The “Farmland” movie documentary will open to the public May 1 at the West Acres Theater in Fargo. (not Century 10, as someone earlier had told me). So, go for it, and let me know whether you think an effort like this affects the conversation about farming in America, as it’s intended to do. In the…
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‘Farmland’ Film Coming To Fargo On May 1: This Could Be Good

I stopped in at Wholesale Ag Products near Carrington, N.D., the other day. Bruce Bachmeier, general manager, told me about a new movie coming to Fargo on May 1. He says his daughter is a state FFA officer and said one of the other state officers saw this movie while in Washington, D.C. They thought…
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Sunday Showdown At The GOP Corral For Goehring, Estenson

It’s coming down to the short strokes for the Republican nomination battle between incumbent North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and challenger Judy Estenson. Goehring called me this morning to complain about my Feb. 17 column (“Who Wins?” Goehring, ND Farm Bureau Split”) in which I said he displayed “sexual insensitivity” to have female staffer…
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