STEWARTVILLE, Minn. -- Landowners: Would you like to see soil-building practices on your rented acres but aren’t sure where to start? Farmers: Do you want to build soil on land you rent and are looking for ways to get support and understanding from the landowner?

MINNEAPOLIS — Farmers in northwest Minnesota need emergency assistance to deal with difficult — if not impossible — harvest conditions, Gov. Tim Walz wrote in a letter to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

ST. PAUL -- Nine farmers and researchers have been awarded $241,009 by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture for sustainable agriculture projects. 

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ST. PAUL — Minnesota farmers and manufacturers on the front lines of ongoing U.S. trade wars on Nov. 6 put a number to the financial damage to their businesses inflicted by U.S. tariffs on imports and split on the best path to eliminating them.

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WILLMAR, Minn. — Handling the threadbare ledger with care, Charlie Haug points to the handwritten script documenting where his great-grandfather sold a brand new 1961 John Deere 4010 tractor from his Haug Implement business to a Raymond farmer named Harland Hauser.

ST. PAUL — Minnesota pork industry representatives last week announced the donation of more than 8,000 pounds of ground pork to Second Harvest Heartland, one of the largest food banks in the state.

ST. PAUL -- Women working in sustainable agriculture should bring more people of color into leadership roles and aim to work more in solidarity.

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. — Farmers from across northwest Minnesota gathered in East Grand Forks on Tuesday, Oct. 29, to tell Gov. Tim Walz and his administrative staff about the unprecedented situation they are facing this harvest season.

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Emerging Farmers Working Group plans to meet in five cities around the state this fall to better identify the barriers farmers are facing and work toward solutions to remove those barriers.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded $480,000 to fund a project to give farmers, ranchers and agri-businesses the tools they need to deal with economic and emotional stress brought on by the difficult farm economy.