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Farmers, who as a group disproportionately vote Republican and support President Donald Trump, are uneasy with being seen as on the dole. "Who wants to be dependent on government for everything? It just feels wrong."
Soybeans are mostly in, and corn is way ahead of schedule despite the early cold.
Global Minnesota will host a virtual World Food Day conference, one of several across the globe.
The Land Stewardship Project was ordered to produce internal documents by Tuesday.
The good soil is still selling for about $8,000 an acre in Upper Midwest.
University officials caught and fixed an oversight involving a campus committee on biosafety.
As harvest begins, farmers are seeing some of the best commodity prices of the year.
New insurance programs and virus aid are helping improve "safety net" for Minnesota dairy farmers.
A do-it-yourself home-improvement and construction boom has sent the price of lumber skyrocketing, as sawmills and strand-board manufacturers, including in Minnesota, scramble to keep up with surging demand.
The court's ruling means more out-of-state grapes can be used in producing Minnesota wines.