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The bird flu plaguing the state’s turkey industry is increasingly being felt off the farm – grocery chains have seen rising prices and shortages of certain products, and now, a popular...
May 15, 2015
More than 3.6 million chickens have been killed due to the infectious disease with the number continuing to climb. That means new security measures and added monitoring for several companies.
May 14, 2015
Avian flu has now infected 85 farms in Minnesota, spread across 21 counties, state officials said Tuesday, resulting in the death of at least 5.6 million birds. Just one state south, Iowa – the...
May 13, 2015
A Verndale, Minnesota, woman employed by a federal agency responsible for distributing loans to farmers is accused of stealing over $100,000 dollars from it, the U.S. Attorney says. According to a...
May 06, 2015
Agriculture-related nitrate contamination is a growing concern for Minnesota’s drinking water, according to a report by the state’s Department of Health’s (MDH). The Drinking...
The deadly avian flu that’s killed more than 5 million turkeys in the state is now costing some people their jobs, at least temporarily. Willmar-based Jennie-O Turkey said in a news release...
May 05, 2015
Craft breweries will be allowed to sell beer growlers on Sundays after a bill was signed off by Gov. Mark Dayton Friday. However, before they can hand over the 64-ounce jugs to patrons, breweries...
May 02, 2015
Three kids from St. Olaf are shaking up the ice cream industry.
April 27, 2015
Upscale grocers will now be under single combined name.
Dairy Queen has reinvented itself by leveraging its heritage. Now the 75-year-old franchisor is out to become the world’s best-performing fast-food chain.
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