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Local Forecast for 58270

Friday
High: 41°F
Low: 18°F
Precip: 0%
Saturday
High: 45°F
Low: 20°F
Precip: 0%
Sunday
High: 38°F
Low: 23°F
Precip: 20%
Monday
High: 35°F
Low: 15°F
Precip: 0%
Tuesday
High: 40°F
Low: 21°F
Precip: 0%
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Last Change
May '19 572'2 1'0
Jul '19 570'6 -0'4
Sep '19 574'6 -1'0
Dec '19 585'6 -1'2
Mar '20 596'2 -1'6
May '20 604'4 1'0
Jul '20 608'6 0'6
Last Change
May '19 378'2 2'0
Jul '19 387'4 2'0
Sep '19 393'2 1'4
Dec '19 400'0 1'2
Mar '20 410'2 1'2
May '20 415'0 0'6
Jul '20 417'6 0'4
Last Change
May '19 903'6 -6'6
Jul '19 917'2 -7'0
Aug '19 923'2 -7'0
Sep '19 928'4 -6'6
Nov '19 937'4 -7'2
Jan '20 945'0 -8'0
Mar '20 949'6 -9'0
Last Change
May '19 466'0 -0'4
Jul '19 470'6 -0'6
Sep '19 479'4 -0'4
Dec '19 494'2 -0'4
Mar '20 508'0 0'2
May '20 514'2 0'0
Jul '20 515'6 -0'2
Last Change
Apr '19 129.725 -0.175
Jun '19 123.500 -0.400
Aug '19 120.025 0.050
Oct '19 120.850 0.200
Dec '19 123.325 0.200
Feb '20 124.600 0.275
Apr '20 124.875 0.400
Last Change
Mar '19 143.000 0.225
Apr '19 148.800 -0.125
May '19 154.050 0.050
Aug '19 159.325 0.525
Sep '19 159.950 0.950
Oct '19 159.925 1.300
Nov '19 159.625 1.425

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USDA Releases U.S. World Market Share Projections

During the next ten years, U.S. agriculture will face additional competition from other countries in the world market. By 2028,[more]...

ND Legislative Report

The Senate Appropriations Committee heard testimony on the agriculture research bill. North Dakota Soybean Growers Association Legislative Director Scott Rising[more]...

Local Farmers Focused on the Snowmelt

Local farmers haven’t started thinking about planting season, but a few warm days can help change that. Snow is melting.[more]...

DTN News

Farms on the Margins

A traditional look at farm loans, delinquencies and bankruptcies suggests no real crisis in rural America, but people who work with stressed farmers say their workloads are getting a lot heavier because more farmers need help making ends meet.

Missouri Farmer Underwater, Again

St. Joseph, Missouri, farmer Roger Ideker finds 2,000-acre farm underwater in latest round of flooding -- while he still awaits payment for past floods.

Neb. Livestock Disaster Losses Mounting

Nebraska's director of agriculture said livestock producers have seen losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars from floods and blizzard, while state is likely to be rebuilding county roads for a considerable time.

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Farmers Have A Love/Hate Relationship With Spring In North Dakota

Farming isn’t for everyone, and farming in North Dakota is for an elite few. Here are a few characteristics that make spring in North Dakota a little different than anyplace else.

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