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KHRT AGRICULTURE NEWS - 02/06/17

Industry wide commodity price drops have been driving up the acreage of crops known as pulses nationwide, and the region encompassing northwest North Dakota and northeastern Montana at the epicenter of the growth....

     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - Industry wide commodity price drops have been driving up the acreage of crops known as pulses nationwide, and the region encompassing northwest North Dakota and northeastern Montana at the epicenter of the growth.
 
     The Williston Herald reports a new scouting program is looking to guard against the development of crop diseases in pulses, which are legumes such as peas, chickpeas, lentils and beans.
 
     The program aims to provide producers with advanced warning of issues such as insects and diseases.  It is modeled after a statewide Integrated Pest Management survey that is already in place for barley, wheat, durum, soybeans and sunflowers.
 
     Audrey Kalil helped start the western North Dakota pulse scouting program in 2016. She says the report gives producers an up to date report of what to expect.
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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Hundreds of wild horses at a troubled South Dakota sanctuary are enduring bitter weather while a group of volunteers works to feed and care for them. Others are sorting through adoption applications and networking on social media in search of homes for the horses.
 
     More than 800 horses were impounded in October at the nonprofit International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros after a state veterinarian found they were being neglected. All but 20 were eventually surrendered by their owner.
 
     Some 500 horses have already found homes, but volunteers at the ranch near Lantry, in north-central South Dakota, say many of the remaining animals could be more difficult to place.

 


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