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Farmers who need custom combining and combiners looking for a job may call (701) 425-8454. Your name and information will be entered into the Harvest Hotline database to be matched up with other callers.
North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) employees will answer calls to the hotline weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Callers can also leave a message on evenings and weekends. There is also a Harvest Hotline Map Site that shows the combiners information. The service is free of charge.
Both farmers and combiners are already calling in,” Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring said.
A new program to assist and support landowners and tenants on pipeline reclamation and restoration issues is now available. The program also provides educational outreach.
North Dakota Agriculture in the News
BISMARCK – Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring voiced concern about protestors and activists near the Dakota Access Pipeline in Morton County threatening farmers, ranchers and rural residents who live and work in the area.
Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring will share the 15th Annual Pride of Dakota School Lunch Day with students at Mary Stark Elementary, 405 8th Ave. SW in Mandan, at 11:45 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 29.
BISMARCK – More than 60,472 students from 237 North Dakota schools will dine on food products from their own state on Thursday, Sept. 29, during the 15th Annual Pride of Dakota School Lunch Day.
BISMARCK – A federal appeals court has struck down the recent policy change by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that would have forced retail facilities selling anhydrous ammonia to comply with Process Safety Management (PSM) rules, rules historically aimed at manufacturers.