Mikkel Pates talks with a co-op that was hit hard by Hunter Hanson, losing more than $768,000. To read more about this case, click here. For a timeline of events in the Hunter Hanson case, click here.
Mikkel Pates visited some northeast North Dakota farmers who found a new way to chop their water-logged corn.
Cattle producers say the market is broken and call for a fix.
Silvopasture integrates trees and grazing livestock on the same land, benefiting both.
After five years of work there is a gazebo on top of an old silo in Morris, Minn.
A cornfield in the heart of Fargo is being picked for the Great Plains Food Bank.
Although aronia berries are native to North America, they've only been grown in the U.S. for a few years. Emma Vatnsdal has more on these powerful purple berries.
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Representatives from some major food manufacturers came to Fargo, to learn how to make better pasta. The Northern Crops Institute runs about fifteen of these courses through the spring and summer, for groups from around the world. They've been offering the course for more than twenty years, but as Agweek's Rose Dunn found, it's changing to meet the changing needs of the companies, and their customers.