Reporter | Agriculture

Stakes are high in soybean country if China adopts tariffs

Many in farm country have been troubled by the on-again, off-again talk of tariffs and counter-tariffs between the U.S. and China, and they worry that decades of building mutually beneficial trade relations could be wiped away.

Bloomington husband and wife die within 24 hours of each other

Bill and Mary Hanson were buried together on what would have been their 53rd wedding anniversary.

Farmers urge Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders to provide tax credits for buffer property

Farmers demand compensation for taking cropland out of production, but it's unclear where the money will come from.

Mosaic Company reported lower sales volumes but higher sales revenue for quarter

Late spring planting and rail bottlenecks in Canada affected its earnings.

Rural Minnesotans frustrated over health costs, lack of broadband

Many rural Minnesotans feel left behind or ignored when it comes to challenges in everyday living.

Lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis questions attorney fees and conduct in Syngenta case

Corn growers accuse attorneys of "self-dealing."

On-the-spot hiring

An unconventional job fair in St. Paul is seeking veterinarians

On-the-spot hiring

An unconventional job fair is looking for trained veterinarians

Proposed new penalty for Minnesota's buffer law decried by farmers, legislators and Gov. Dayton

State agency apologizes, says fines were meant to help with compliance.

Rowbots Systems help bring the future to farming

"Rowbots" can fertilize crops more efficiently and precisely, and hopefully in the future, plant some seeds.