North Dakota facility called key to boosting agriculture innovation

The National Corn Growers Association said this week that the efforts of the National Agricultural Genotyping Center in North Dakota can help reverse a trend that has seen the U.S. falling behind in agriculture research because of a lack of funding for innovation and research, especially in the areas of sustainable production practices, genetic improvement and new uses. Read More »

Wheat Growers earn yield honors at competition

Five member-owners of Wheat Growers recently earned honors at corn, sorghum, and soybean competitions in North and South Dakota. The producers had more yields that the national averages. Quandt Bros. of Oakes, North Dakota, was one of the winners of the National Corn Growers Association Yield Contest. They earned second place with 230.2315 bushels per acre in the No-Till/Strip-Till Non-Irrigated category. Read More »