The Piedmontese cattle breed has a unique genetic ability to create meat that is incredibly lean, but very tender. The breed makes up only one percent of the cattle in North America, but you can find them at an innovative Hutterite colony in South Dakota.
The disastrous weather in 2019 is having a long-lasting effect on livestock producers. More open beef cows are coming to market as a result of breed back problems in herds in the region.
North Dakota lawmakers and farmers are looking to take natural gas that's being wasted in western North Dakota oil fields, and use it to meet farm and industrial needs in eastern North Dakota.
The grain markets in 2019 were dominated by headlines tied to the trade war, weather, and production concerns. Market analysts Randy Martinson and DuWayne Bosse give their outlook on what lies ahead in 2020.
A Minnesota farmer is taking on the company that sold him cover crop seed with noxious weed seed in it, with some help from the Minnesota Department of Ag.
Hutterites raise turkeys for East Coast markets.
Hunter Hanson is sentenced in federal court.
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.