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“Mysteries of the Driftless” earns an Emmy


Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

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The Fillmore Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) co-sponsored the April 11 Dinner on the Bluff presentation of the Emmy-winning documentary “Mysteries of the Driftless”. Shown holding the Emmy award are Fillmore SWCD Board Supervisor Tim Gossman from Chatfield, George Howe, one of the film’s producers, and Donna Rasmussen, Fillmore SWCD Administrator.




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New directors welcomed at Lanesboro Area Chamber of Commerce

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in Lanesboro Features

The Board of Directors of the Lanesboro Area Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the addition of two new directors to its staff. Shirley Mulder has been named director of business. Shirley lives in Lanesboro has a background in statistics, resea ..... 
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Murder they Wrote Part 1 - A polarized triology

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

Publisher’s note: We are revisiting the unsolved 1936 murders of Knute and Sever Olson (brothers), a follow-up from last week’s issue of the Fillmore County Journal. The Fillmore County Sheriff’s Department recently revisited the cold case and ..... 
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Cow/calf nutrition Mineral nutrition of beef cows

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

By Alfredo DiCostanzo, University of Minnesota Beef Team Feeding minerals to beef cows seems to be an item of lowest priority to most cow-calf producers. This is partly due to the perception by most producers that minerals are not a problem, or tha ..... 
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Feedlot management Feedlot health series: Part III – Bloat

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

By Nicholas DiLorenzo, MS, University of Minnesota Beef Team Now, the animals have been stepped-up to the high-grain diets and they are close to their maximum intake capacity. We have already overcome the plague that respiratory diseases are in tho ..... 
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Farming for the generations

By Kirsten Zoellner

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

Farmers, by trade, are a tough bunch. Hard-working, humble, and resolute in doing whatever they can to continue the tradition of those farmers before them. As the trend over the last few decades has seen the numbers of family farms decline, farmers ..... 
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Feedlot management Feedlot health series: Part II – Respiratory disease management

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

By Bethany Lovaas, DVM, University of Minnesota Beef Team Common problem, big problem Respiratory disease is one of the biggest thieves of profits in the beef industry. It is the cause of approximately 75% of all illness in feedlot cattle. It also ..... 
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Feedlot management Feedlot health series: Part I – Receiving

Mon, May 4th, 2015
Posted in All Features

By Bethany Lovaas, DVM, and Nicholas DiLorenzo, MS, University of Minnesota Beef Team So…the cows have been preg checked, and you’ve decided what to do with the opens. Now it’s time to think about the calves. Which do you keep for replacement ..... 
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In the service - Pvt. Tryston James Kelly

Mon, Apr 27th, 2015
Posted in Harmony Features

Wanda and Kyle Scheevel and Matthew and Stephanie Kelly are very proud to announce the graduation of their son, Private Tryston James Kelly, 19 of Harmony, Minn. from the United States Army Infantry Basic Training at Fort Benning, Ga. on Februa ..... 
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