Monthly Archives: March 2014

Following Family Footsteps

Want to know more about a typical dairy farm family? This one was named Minnesota’s Producer of the Year, but they’re not unlike most of the state’s dairy farm families. Meet the Krauses, from Buffalo. And while you’re at it, … Continue reading

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Earth as an Apple

Melting snow makes way for visible grass and soil! Soil is one of our most useful natural resources. From the soil we get food, clothes and materials for the houses we live in. Plants rely on the soil to provide … Continue reading

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America’s Heartland

Where else can you learn about Minnesota pickles, roses and dairy cows all in one place? America’s Heartland has introduced viewers to America’s farmers and ranchers since its first episode in 2005. The idea was a simple one – give … Continue reading

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Minnesota Agriculture Week

Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed March 23-29, 2014 as Minnesota Agriculture Week. The designation is an effort to raise awareness of the significant contributions agriculture makes to the quality of life of all Minnesotans. Dayton says it’s important to recognize … Continue reading

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Turkey Tetrazzini with Cheddar and Parmesan

This easy turkey dish is an all-in-one dinner solution the whole family will enjoy. Makes: 6 servings Prep Time: 25 mins Cook Time: 60 mins Total Recipe Time: 1 hour 25 mins Ingredients Non-stick cooking spray 1 package (12 ounces) whole wheat penne pasta … Continue reading

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