By Brian Arola, Mankato Free Press – Jun 8, 2017 MANKATO — An agricultural and manufacturing workforce session attended by regional employers at South Central College Thursday promoted how the organizations can attract and retain new workers. Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mankato, Minn. – The University of Minnesota Southeast Regional Sustainable Development Partnership has announced its support of the South Central Minnesota Grower’s Network hosted by Region Nine Development Commission. Their contribution to the network, along with the sponsorship of Southern Minnesota […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stockholders Approve Merger of Three Farm Credit Organizations Compeer Financial to Serve Agriculture and Rural Communities in Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin
Mankato, MN. – December 6th, 2016 Aglytix Inc., a leading developer of software analytics for the agricultural sector announces a partnership with AGCO Corporation, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of agricultural solutions, to deliver analytics services to AGCO customers.
Agriculture is omnipresent along the highways connecting our Fairmonts and St. Peters, New Ulms and Wasecas. Something we all see, but few interact with. At least so we think.
Written by Brian Martucci, Minnesota Business Magazine
On 50 acres of land with 30,000+ attendees, the 2016 IDEAg Minnesota Farmfest will take place August 2-4 on the Gilfillan Estate, near Redwood Falls, MN. Senator Franken, Governor Dayton and political candidates will discuss Minnesota agriculture and rural issues like water quality. Educational sessions to include tax options for farm families, post-harvest marketing tips […]
Reproduced with Permission from the Star Tribune. Glen Taylor and a partner plan to raise, slaughter and market premium pork in Minnesota. By Tom Meersman Star Tribune February 3, 2016 — 9:41pm Glen Taylor, owner of the Minnesota Timberwolves and many other businesses, has signed a deal to purchase the former PM Beef plant in […]
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