Tag: NDSU

Catching Up with Noah Gindorff, C-I alum and Current NDSU TE

(BRAINERD, MN) — The North Dakota State Bison got their season underway last week with a 28-6 win over Albany, and are once again on the short list of contenders for the FCS National Championship. This week, we spoke with a member of the Bison and Crosby-Ironton football alum (class of 2017), Noah Gindorff, to…
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September 9, 2021 0

NDSU Sound Ag: What Producers Should Keep in Mind if they are Considering Grazing Cattle on Corn

Fargo, ND — Faced with poor corn yields due to drought, some producers in the northern plains have begun or are considering harvesting corn for cattle forage instead of grain. However, there are some pro and cons to consider before you do. Zac Carlson, NDSU Extension beef cattle specialist, says first off you need to…
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August 23, 2021 0

Harvesting Nontraditional Crops for Hay an Option

The drought in North Dakota is impacting the yield of small-grain crops such as barley, oats, rye, triticale and wheat, leading some producers to harvest the small grains as hay. The severe lack of moisture also has impacted this year’s hay production and many producers are seeking alternative, possibly nontraditional, sources of forage such as…
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August 4, 2021 0