MCHENRY, N.D. – Logan and Chelsey Harding are building a future on their ranch in Eddy County where they raise commercial SimAngus and are beginning a registered Red Angus herd.
STERLING, N.D. – In the tall, native prairie grasses and forages on pastures at Black Leg Ranch, commercial Black Angus cattle graze rotationally during the summer and stay out on the land throughout the year. In the southern part of the ranch, a herd of buffalo graze on their own pastures.
ASKOV, Minn. – David Becker put in a lot of hours on the road. As a longtime MnDOT chief road inspector, he had time to think about his registered Angus herd back home.
OAKES, N.D. – Corn harvest is winding down at the Courtney farm in the southeastern region of the state, while fall work is beginning.
WILLISTON, N.D. – After a long stretch of dry conditions, Floyd Miller, who farms with his son, Casey, and brother, Rodney, was glad to see some precipitation fall on Oct. 23 before the ground freezes for winter.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – As Thanksgiving draws near, everyone at Trinity Creek Ranch is thankful for the return of rain in 2022.
OAKES, N.D. – With the helping hands of friends and family, the Courtney farm has been buzzing with activity in October as soybean harvest ramped up under dry, sunny skies.
WILLISTON, N.D. – With harvest in the books for another year, the Millers have turned their attention to fall work as dropping temperatures on Oct. 6 resulted in a hard frost across their farm fields.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – As of mid-October, dry fall harvest work at Trinity Creek Ranch was going much more smoothly than the wet and cold spring planting.
OAKES, N.D. – In southeastern North Dakota, the Courtney family is gearing up for one of the busiest times of the year – harvest season.
WILLISTON, N.D. – The Miller family in northwestern North Dakota has finished harvesting crops for the year – except for a small, green spot.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – What began as a very wet growing season became more manageable in August and September as the rainfall dwindled.
OAKES, N.D. – At Courtney Farms in southeastern North Dakota, Drew and Lindsey are staying busy with several projects around the farmstead as the corn and soybeans head toward the finish line.
WILLISTON, N.D. – Harvesting is winding down for the Millers in the northwestern region of the state, where slightly cooler weather with temperatures in the mid- to high 70s and lows in the 40s swept through the area after a long stretch of hot and dry conditions.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – Rain was in the forecast and the grownups at Trinity Creek Ranch – Mikayla and Benjamin Tabert and David and Peggy Miller – wanted to get as much work done as possible before it arrived.
OAKES, N.D. – Courtney Farms received a nice rain on Aug. 26, which promised to give a boost to the crops. The precipitation was welcomed after a month of mostly warm, dry days.
WILLISTON, N.D. – The long stretch of warm and dry August days has been bittersweet for northwestern North Dakota farmers – perfect combining weather, but not so great for later-planted crops, which have been waiting for a nice drink of water.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – The end of September/beginning of October generally marks the end of the growing season in Red Lake County.
OAKES, N.D. – At the Courtney farm, Drew and Lindsey Courtney and their daughters, Avery, Ella, and Claire, are enjoying the summer as the soybeans and corn develop well under warm conditions out in the fields.
WILLISTON, N.D. – Harvest looks like it may be a slower process than usual this year at the Miller farm, and that can be a lot less stressful.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – There was plenty to graze at Trinity Creek Ranch, and the cattle herd enjoyed the smorgasbord.
OAKES, N.D. – It is definitely mid-summer at the Courtney farm where the corn is pollinating and the soybeans are beginning to set pods.
WILLISTON, N.D. – As the hot, dry weather continues into August, Floyd Miller is hoping he can soon swath some of the early-planted durum before the grasshoppers do it for him.
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn. – Trinity Creek Ranch received at least a trace to as much as eight-tenths of an inch of rain on 14 out of 31 days in July.
OAKES, N.D. – A stretch of sunny, hot days, along with a few rain showers, has the corn on the Courtney farm growing like “gangbusters.”