Recent content from Tom Meersman
Bill and Mary Hanson were buried together on what would have been their 53rd wedding anniversary.
Farmers demand compensation for taking cropland out of production, but it's unclear where the money will come from.
Late spring planting and rail bottlenecks in Canada affected its earnings.
Many rural Minnesotans feel left behind or ignored when it comes to challenges in everyday living.
Corn growers accuse attorneys of "self-dealing."
State agency apologizes, says fines were meant to help with compliance.
"Rowbots" can fertilize crops more efficiently and precisely, and hopefully in the future, plant some seeds.
Minnesota is the nation's third largest producer of soybeans. The crop accounts for 30 percent of the state's agricultural exports. The state shipped more than $2 billion worth of soybeans abroad in 2016. More than half went to China.
The third-generation company provides a wide variety of seeds that farmers can't find through co-ops.
Low commodity prices caused another year of "slow bleeding" in 2017.