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Correction: Last week's article “Vet school an expensive but rewarding proposition” was mistakenly printed under Dr. Darin Peterson's name. The article was, in fact, authored by Dr. Russ Daly. Nutrients Horses require six main classes of nutrients...
Happy fall! It's time to celebrate the pumpkin. Sure, you can carve, decorate and smash them — but by all means you should be cooking this fiber- and vitamin A-packed, velvety-textured squash. You'll need to act quickly as most farmers markets...
Tags: Bacon, Halloween, Pies and Tarts, Tortillas, Onions
FARGO, N.D. - “I want to make the recipe from your column, but where am I supposed to get some pumpkin?” someone asked me a couple of years ago. “What do you mean?” I asked. I thought she was teasing me. “I checked at three grocery stores. You can't...
Tags: Onions, Beta-Carotene, Recipes, Soups, Salt
FARGO, N.D. - About midmorning, I sometimes find myself a little low in energy, so I rob my lunch bag. I eat the yogurt, crackers or piece of fruit. Sometimes I eat all of the ready-to-eat foods. By lunchtime, much to my disappointment, sometimes I have...
FARGO, N.D. - “Could you freeze the rest of the tomatoes tomorrow?” I asked my husband. I had filled a large box and a 5-gallon pail with large, ripe tomatoes. I also was packing to leave for a conference the next day. “Have you looked in the...
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Onions, Tomatoes, French Bread, Breads
A healthy diet is key to ensuring your child grows and develops properly. Growing children require specific vitamins and minerals to aid in their growth. Add these superfoods to your children’s diet to help them grow strong and healthy. 1. ...
Now is the time to enjoy the taste of home-grown, field-ripened, Pennsylvania tomatoes. There is nothing better than a thick slice of a juicy dark-red tomato on your home-grilled burger or a BLT sandwich. Ripe, local tomatoes also add the finishing...
The ability to utilize corn stalks and other crop residues has always been a key part of being able to cost effectively raise cattle in this part of South Dakota. Frankly, I think that the ability to use crops and livestock to complement each other...
WGNO NewsPancakes are a breakfast favorite, and there’s been an explosion of better-for-you pancake mixes on shelves. But not all are as nutritious as the labels might lead you to believe, so today we’re Getting the Skinny with Molly on which mixes...
WGNO NewsSnacking on veggie chips can be an easy way to incorporate more vegetables into your diet, and your kids’ diets - but how much nutritional benefit are you really getting? Some of the most popular veggie chips aren’t much better than plain old...
Forages for winter feed could be in short supply in areas of North Dakota experiencing moderate to severe drought this growing season. Those shortages may force livestock producers to use nontraditional feedstuffs or hay from Conservation Reserve...
Can’t you just taste a sweet, juicy watermelon right now? Watermelons are a popular fruit around Kentucky and are in season. Watermelons are low in calories, about 80 for 2 cups of diced pieces. They are high in lycopene, which is a powerful...
Tags: Onions, Tomatoes, Vitamin C, Dietary Supplements
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