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Over the last several years, we have noticed that wet springs are becoming the norm. In addition to keeping us out of the field at a critical time, these wet conditions also create anxiety about nitrogen loss.

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Since 2016, Sterling Pharmacy has teamed up with patients and customers throughout the month of June to collect donations for the Alzheimer’s Association. Beginning June 1, that tradition will continue. During your next visit to the Sterling store, Facebook page, or website, you will notice …

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There’s still time to enjoy fresh, local produce, meat and even cut flowers all season long! The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Minnesota Grown Program encourages consumers to purchase shares in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms now while they are still available.

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The Community and Economic Development Associates hosted a marketing event at the Wired Rooster on Thursday, May 30. The topic of the event was on utilizing social media for your business. Around 30 local business associates were present at the event.

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Gundersen has been providing orthopedic care out of their Caledonia location, 405 S. Hwy 44/76 (next to Smooth Toe), since October 2016. For patients the convenience of their facility is crucial.

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The Caledonia Bakery, under the new ownership of Suzanne Roesler, is going through a remodel. During the remodel she has sold baked goods out of the Wired Rooster, located just across the street from the bakery. A fitting place to sell as customers can get coffee to go along with their baked goods.

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Nearly half of the protein you need and 10 essential nutrients for about 150 calories per 3 oz. serving? Believe it. That’s the POWER of lean beef.

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At USDA, we celebrate Earth Day 2019 by offering a big thank you to farmers and ranchers here in Minnesota for all they do. Every day we see their efforts to conserve natural resources while producing food, fiber and fuel for people in their communities and around the world. They are doing w…

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Following the purchase back in September, and a major renovation of the old Spring Grove Herald building, Pete Peterson a Broker Associate and Auctioneer, is now operating out of Spring Grove. For Peterson, this does not mean servicing the area will stop.

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After adjusting for inflation, Minnesota farms earned the lowest median farm income in the past 23 years of data tracked by University of Minnesota Extension and agricultural Centers of Excellence within Minnesota State.

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Minnesota’s distinctive Southeast Blufflands are home to the state’s most diverse array of forest, prairies, streams, and wildlife. The Minnesota Land Trust is looking for willing landowners to participate in the Blufflands Protection Program, a conservation initiative to permanently protect…

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The fourteenth annual Southern Minnesota Organic Crops Day will be held Tuesday, March 26th at the Steele County Community Center, 1380 S. Elm Avenue in Owatonna. This program aims to provide current, transitioning, and future organic crop producers with additional tools and knowledge to hel…

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The 142nd annual meeting of Wilmington Mutual Insurance Company was held February 22 at the Fest Building in Spring Grove. 176 policy holders, staff and guests enjoyed an appreciation dinner at noon that was catered by Ivy Grove Café. Music was provided by The Starliters of Spring Grove.