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The seventh coldest March on record and one of the drier ones was bad news for farmers, but it shouldn't set them back too far, an agronomist said. "Right now, we are just waiting for the snow to melt," said David Clark, agronomist and Northern sales...
A recently published study led by U.S. government climate researchers predicts warming global temperatures will mean more moisture in the air, and thus heavier precipitation extremes. The research, reported in the peer-reviewed academic journal...
The month of February saw mixed temperatures with an average snow depth at the end of the month of 7.0 inches across the state. As the winter season progresses, producers continue coping with drought reduced feed supplies and stock water supplies....
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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota ranchers are braving cold weather to care for their cattle during calving season. Kidder County Extension Agent Penny Nester says the below-normal temperatures require ranchers to check cows more often and make sure...
After a brief warm-up this weekend, chilly temperatures are expected to delay spring weather until about mid-April, according to climate forecasters. March is meanwhile all but assured to be more of a fourth month of winter than a first month of spring....
Depending on how you look at it, snowfall this winter was either a disappointment or an improvement in Baltimore. The seasonal tally of 8 inches through Monday at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport ranks as the 16th least snowy...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCompletion of the newly named Red Oak Elementary School in Jessamine County will be delayed nearly a month after cold, wet winter weather slowed work. The board of education approved a request Monday from contractor D.W. Wilburn to add 26 calendar...
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February could come close to being the second colder-than-normal month in Baltimore in two years, but the meteorological winter is likely to be among the 30 mildest on record for the region when it ends Thursday, according to National Weather Service...
The American News launched two new mobile apps readers will like. Farm Forum and Access Aberdeen are available for iPhones and Androids. Both apps were released last week into the Apple App Store and Google Play. Both apps are free. • The Farm...
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iPhone users Click Here Droid user Click Here Get everything you love about the Green Sheet’s right at your finger tips with the Farm Forum App covering South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. -Find equipment for sale based on...
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Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacSomerset County maple producers said the weather for this year's maple season left them with less syrup than usual. "It's been a weird year," said Eric Arnold of Arnold's Sugar Camp in Rockwood. The weather this winter was finicky, with colder-than-...
One day last fall, while ag engineer Dan Humburg was perched atop a combine during sunflower harvest in central South Dakota, the grower operating the machine stopped at the end of the field and asked, “Do you smell that?” The South Dakota State...
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