Ag Innovation News

Jan–Mar, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 1

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately January of 2002.

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You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone, right? That’s especially true when it comes to energy. We’ve grown accustomed to instant power;
HACCP workshop this month St. Cloud, Minn. — AURI is offering Minnesota meat and poultry processors a workshop on January 15-16 for training and
  Dawson, Minn. — This month, a southwest Minnesota cooperative will begin processing its own pork in a $6 million packing plant. Prairie Farmers
  Brandon, Minn. — Kaye Zebarth is an “antler farmer.” She and her husband, a Douglas County veterinarian, raise domesticated North American elk. Last
Glenville, Minn. — Some 500 southern Minnesota farmers are planning to pump an array of high-value products from soybean oil — from nutritional supplements
  Want to be “chock fuel” of information on alternative ag-based energy? Speed to these selected Web sites — information ranges from do-it-yourself biodiesel