northern ag expo

Northern Ag Expo is back at the Fargodome

The two-day event draws in 2,500 to 4,000 people throughout the region.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – After skipping a year due to COVID-19, The Northern Ag Expo returns to Fargo with the latest in farm equipment and technology. The two-day event draws in 2,500 to 4,000 people throughout the region. It includes education and recertification meetings for crop applicators. Speakers include several NDSU Extension Service experts, agricultural company representatives and former House…

Northern AG Expo Hosts Its Annual Event For Farmers

 The North Dakota State Department of Commerce is trying to reach a population that may not participate in the census.

FARGO, N.D. — In April, the U.S. will conduct its constitutionally mandated 10 year census to determine the country’s population. “The census only happens every 10 years and we wanted to raise awareness and raise the knowledge of the importance of completing the census and the impact, the positive impact it has on North Dakota and North Dakota residents and…

Farmers Check Out Latest in Technology at Northern Ag Expo

The annual exposition is held in the FargoDome each year

FARGO, N.D. — People learned about the latest advances in agriculture at the Northern Ag Expo in Fargo. Farmers and ag dealers could see the latest technology in machinery and seeding at the FargoDome. They are also hearing from companies on their new projects. Several of the farmers attending the expo have been dealing with tariffs and other economic restrictions over…

2018 Expected To Be A Better Harvest Season

corn, soybean production are predicted to drop while wheat production is expected to rise

FARGO, ND — Farmers across the Midwest had a much drier season in 2017. Agricultural industry leaders at the Northern Ag Expo say farmers could have a turn of luck in the New Year. Drought conditions made work a lot harder for Midwestern farmers in 2017. “The wheat was a decent harvest but we needed more rain,” said farmer Steven Erickson….