THE NUTRITION FORUM Fish Tacos
Im very proud of my husband; he has become quite the cook. He has been trying new recipes, most of which include seafood. Last night, he found a recipe for fish tacos that was amazing! He even shopped... Posted on 2/19/13 at 1:49 PM
THE DIRT Corn and Sausage Chowder
Last weekend I was looking for a good way to use up some potatoes and corn. I came across a recipe for corn chowder that included Italian sausage--I thought that sounded interesting, so I decided to g... Posted on 1/25/13 at 8:42 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Ag interests debate ethanol, isobutanol
A new way to turn corn into fuel prompted a Thursday debate about giving ethanol a continued priority in state law.
Representatives of the Luverne, Minn., Agri-Energy plant owned by Colorado-based ... Posted on 3/15/12 at 9:55 PM
STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD Crunchy Corn Tortillas or Soft Corn Pancakes?
When I was in Detroit Lakes a couple of weeks ago to give a cooking demonstration at the hospital there, I took time to browse around downtown. I couldn't pass up the Boys and Girls Club thrift store... Posted on 8/1/09 at 7:01 PM
An abundance of bushels and miles of piles are straddling the Minnesota landscape early this year. The drought this summer has got farmers wrapping up soybean and corn crop harvests weeks ahead of schedule as evidenced by the mounds at CHS Prairie Lakes Coop in Lowry.
U.S. farmers are unsure about whether to increase corn acreage next spring, despite high prices and sharply lower production caused by this year’s historic drought. Instead, Farm Futures magazine’s first survey of 2013 planting intentions shows growers would rather boost soybean and wheat seedings.
In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered these words that undoubtedly still ring true today, “The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” For generations of Minnesota farmers, there is no choice between profits and the environment.
Minnesota Corn Growers Association Agvocates Kelsey Gunderson of Raymond, Greg Tusa of Alpha and Leah Johnson of Evansville attended the 16th annual Minnesota Agricultural Ambassador Institute (MAAI) earlier this summer in Willmar.
The Minnesota Corn Growers Association is pleased to announce the new Agvocates (“Advocates for Agriculture”) for 2011-2012. The new Agvocates are: Leah Johnson of Evansville, Greg Tusa of Alpha and Kelsey Gunderson of Raymond.
Minnesota's ethanol industry generated more than $2.5 billion in economic activity in 2009 and supported more than 6,800 jobs according to a new report from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA).
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