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A tiny pest known as the wheat stem sawfly can lay a wheat field over in short order, and it costs farmers a bundle of money every year. In Montana alone, producers lose upwards of $25 million to this native villain, which, of course, is not stymied by any artificial geographical lines. The pest hurts producers in Northwestern North Dakota just as much as producers in northeastern Montana.

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By Nick Simonson Dove hunting season is truly the initial sign of fall.  Federally set to start on the first of September this year, as it has most every year in the past, the chance to take mourning doves begins in an autumn month and kicks off as the calendar page turns.  Well ahead of...

By Nick Simonson Dove hunting season is truly the initial sign of fall.  Federally set to start on the first of September this year, as it has most every year in the past, the chance to take mourning doves begins in an autumn month and kicks off as the calendar page turns.  Well ahead of...

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By Nick Simonson Even in these times of want and woe and low pheasant numbers and dwindling CRP and the tales of empty fields and bare draws and a million other stories that the would-be-hunting populace spins to justify the lack of wear on their boot leather, there are still many more reasons to be...

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BREAKING DAWN.  The upland seasons are underway, and fall is in the air after last night’s front which brought rains to much of western North Dakota.  We go around the horn in today’s Three Things to get you set up and psyched for more fall fun.   Featured Photo: The sun rises over a cloud...