This Infectious Video of a Farmer Dancing In His Barn Is Going Mega-Viral
We're in awe of this man's moves—and his uplifting message.
Tip Tuesday: Improve ROI On Direct Marketing Campaigns
This month’s Tip Tuesdays are all about improving ROI. ROI stands for Return On Investment. The success of most marketing campaigns is determined by ROI. Did you make more money than you spent? Did you make enough money to make the investment of resources (time, money, manpower) worth while Improve ROI with a clear call to action and enticing incentive. Why are you running this particular marketing campaign? Do you want people to visit your website? To call you and set up an appointment? To refer you to their friends? Whatever action you want people to take, be very clear in telling them what that action is. Every postcard, flyers, email, social media post should have a clear call to action. It also helps if you have an incentive. This could be something…
How to Farm a Forest—and Feed a Neighborhood
A forest garden helps prove the theory that fertile, well-maintained understories can produce as many calories per acre as a field of wheat.
SD cattleman Blom pleads not guilty to $135K bounced check to...
ASHLEY, N.D.—Cattle feedlot operator Robert Lee "Bob" Blom of Corsica, S.D., on May 13 pleaded not guilty to a non-sufficient six-figure check payable to Gader Livestock, LLC, a company operated by Paul D. and Terisa V. Gader of Lehr, N.D.McIntosh County State's Attorney Mary Depuydt, in...
How to Create Faux Wallpaper With Paint
These clever readers gilded their parlor without blowing their budget
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Knudsen retires after 42 years with Minn-Dak Farmers Co-op
WAHPETON, N.D. — Tom Knudsen, vice president of agriculture at Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative in Wahpeton, is retiring June 3 after 42 years with the company.He was one of the key decision-makers in agricultural matters, especially during harvest.
How Volunteers Turn Unwanted Produce Into Meals For 5,000 People
The mounds of eggplant that hit the chopping room floor on Tuesday didn’t look like much. They, along with the carrots, cauliflower, sweet potatoes and onions that flooded in for processing that mo…
U.S. Backtracks on Purge of Animal Abuse Records—What We Know
Following public outcry, the U.S. government reposts a fraction of animal welfare data. Meanwhile, clues point to the reasons behind the radical deletions.
Why Cats Poop on Your Bed and Other Odd Pet Behaviors
Our furred and feathered companions do some mystifying things—here are some we can misinterpret.