COWS

Lutheran Social Services Provides Farm Virtual Tour To The Older Generation Stuck at Home

Next Wednesday's virtual event will be a piano performance by Andrea Neeland.

FARGO, N.D.- Lutheran Social Services Caregiver Support is organizing different events every Wednesday for older adults all across Minnesota. Those who joined the event today were given a virtual tour of a farm in Park Rapids. “Just thought it would be such a fun way to make people feel like they’re getting out, they’re just visiting a farm and just…

People Ride In For Final Day Of North Dakota Winter Show

This Is The 83rd Time The Winter Show Has Happened.

VALLEY CITY, N.D. — The last day of the year began with a bang of the Battle of the Border High School Rodeo, as the top horse riders from Minnesota and North Dakota faced off to see who’s the best in a friendly competition. “I was first interested when I was really little and my parents started me with horses…

NDSU Animal Science Hosts Moos and Ewes

The rainy weather earlier in the day left some families in the valley moooving into the NDSU Equine Center for Moos and Ewes.

FARGO N.D. — The rainy weather earlier in the day left some families in the valley moving into the NDSU Equine Center for Moos and Ewes. Kids got the chance to meet some new furry friends of baby goats, sheep, and cows. It’s the 10th annual showcase for the department. The whole point of the showcase is to introduce kids…

NDSU Beef Cattle Research Complex Taking Care of Livestock in Frigid Temps

the complex has 108 steers and bulls combined

FARGO, N.D. — While people are fortunate enough to get out of the elements, that’s not the case for livestock. NDSU’s Beef Cattle Research Complex opened in May 2011. Since then, it’s been a home to all of these cows and although cattle are meant to be outside, animal research specialists say they still need a little extra TLC during cold periods…

New Art Exhibit Installed at Hector International Airport

The pieces are part of The Arts Partnership "ArtWORKS" program

FARGO, N.D. — When you’re waiting at the baggage claim at the airport, you might notice some new art on the walls. Hector International Airport and the Arts Partnership are teaming up for a year–long initiative that puts art in public places. Six pieces from local artists are on display including paintings, a photograph, and a digital pigment print. The theme…

Foam Pillars in the Area

Cows Help Form this Winter Wonder

It’s Rob Kupec’s favorite weather phenomena.  Learn how cows play a part in forming these ice pillars on local streams. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: COWS, Foam Pillars

Edgeley Man Recovering After Crashing into Cows Near Jamestown

White was taken to a Jamestown hospital with non-life threatening injuries

  JAMESTOWN, ND — An Edgeley man is expected to recover after crashing his vehicle into three cows. The Highway Patrol says 33-year-old Ronald White III (the third) hit the cows Sunday night on Highway 281, about 30 miles south of Jamestown. One cow died in the crash, and the other two had to be put down by their owner….

CDC Issuing Brucellosis Warning to North Dakotan Consumers of Raw Milk Products from K-Bar Dairy

They are asking people who may have been in contact with these products to see a doctor and take antibiotics

  NORTH DAKOTA — The CDC is warning people in several states, including North Dakota, who may have consumed raw milk or raw milk products from a North Texas dairy farm. CDC officials are issuing a Brucellosis warning after two cows tested positive for the bacteria at the K-Bar Dairy in Paradise, Texas. They are warning consumers from North Dakota,…