High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal
Soil health evangelist and North Dakota farmer Gabe Brown farms in Burleigh County, North Dakota. The author of “Dirt to Soil” is legendary in the modern soil health fraternity.
As the Thanksgiving season has passed by, our appetite now moves toward Christmas. While there is a natural attraction to look to buying online and there are good reasons to do so, we recognize in rural communities sales tax dollars are important to meet local needs.
At 2 a.m. Nov. 7, readers across High Plains Journal’s 12-state coverage area, will be cringing about the need to turn the clock back an hour as standard time means seeing sunshine earlier in the day with the tradeoff of the sun disappearing earlier in the evening.
Regardless of the economic times innovation always spurs interest of farmers and ranchers. In High Plains Journal’s coverage area there are many opportunities, in just about any rural community, to see ideas being tested.
There are many subjects we can all agree to disagree about, but when it comes to production agriculture there is unanimous support for the safety and health of farmers and ranchers, their families and employees.
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