“North Dakota Agriculture” 2016-17 Magazine Available Now

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North Dakota Honey Bees Support Ag Industry and More

North Dakota Agriculture

If not for North Dakota honey bees, crops across the Western U.S. could not thrive.

Farm Flavor Media unveiled the 2017 edition of North Dakota Agriculture, a print and web program that promotes and educates about how North Dakota agriculture feeds the country and the world.

This issue features a spotlight on how local pollinators support agriculture across the country. If not for North Dakota honey bees, crops across the Western U.S. could not thrive.

Other stories highlight North Dakota’s food producers, local communities and farm families. Articles focus on how drones are taking flight, how the state’s dairies are milking new technology and how the Living Ag Classrooms program is capturing the attention of fourth-graders. This edition also features infographic-style visuals, including a map showing which commodities grow in North Dakota’s diverse regions.

Find more innovative and engaging content about North Dakota’s food and agriculture at http://www.NDagriculture.com. North Dakota Agriculture is part of FarmFlavor.com, a national food and farming website that profiles America's hardworking farmers and ranchers, and connects consumers to the country's vital agriculture industry. The website includes recipes, data-based facts about U.S. agriculture and overviews of the farmers who produce our food, fuel and fiber.

For a free digital version of the magazine optimized for iPads, tablets and other mobile devices, visit http://www.farmflavor.com/north-dakota/north-dakota-agriculture-2016-2017.

Farm Flavor Media publishes North Dakota Agriculture, a print and digital content marketing program, which has support from and targeted distribution through the North Dakota Department of Agriculture.

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