FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — As Rachel Visser stood in the ring at the Minnesota 4-H Dairy Showcase, it was hard to look into the crowd of people.
ROLLINGSTONE, Minn. — Life is all about choices. For Becky Clark, these choices have not only equipped her to take over her family’s farm, but they also have equipped her to begin taking her farm into the future.
A new steel roof on Kevin and Beth Young’s tiestall barn is helping ensure they can continue the farm that their two sixth-generation daughters plan to take over someday.
SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — Carbon credits could be one way for farmers to make more money on cash crop fields.
CHARLES CITY, Iowa — At A Shred Above food truck, sandwiches with flavor palettes as far apart as PB&J and a Reuben still find common ground in one key ingredient: cheese.
As the rope of the fence gate I was holding in my hand drifted with my robust shaking into the portion of the fence that was electrified, my older sister, who had the fence gate wrapped around her waist, got one of the bigger shocks of her life.
GREENFIELD, Minn. — What started seven years ago as two goats in the midst of the Twin Cities suburb of Minnetonka has grown into 10,000 bars of goat milk soap sold each year across the nation.
ZUMBRO FALLS, Minn. — Patience has been a defining characteristic of Adam and Sarah Mellgren’s farm from the beginning of their career until today.
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — It was 4:30 a.m. Aug. 24, and with four hours of sleep, Emma Kuball began her first full day as the 70th Princess Kay of the Milky Way at the Minnesota State Fair in Falcon Heights.
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — Excitement matched the heat index the evening of Aug. 23 as the Minnesota dairy industry gathered to crown the 70th Princess Kay of the Milky Way at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in Falcon Heights.
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