Alison Durheim, KEYC News 12

Alison Durheim

KEYC News 12

Minnesota, United States

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Past articles by Alison:

Highlighting safety on the farm prior to National Rural Health Day

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture stays aware that farming is a dangerous profession and has resources and grants available for producers. → Read More

Federally funded Farm Business Management program scholarship available for producers

The program is available at colleges across the state, including South Central College in North Mankato. → Read More

U.S. takes action against Thailand blocking U.S. Pork

Minnesota Pork Board CEO David Preisler says Thailand is a large potential market for the industry. → Read More

Safety on the road during harvest, being mindful of slow moving equipment

Farm equipment is heavy and operators need more time to speed up, slow down and stop. → Read More

Harvest 2020 views from the buddy seat, a day in the life of a farmer during harvest

From sun up to sun down, farmers are in the fields and in the trucks for harvest 2020. → Read More

Demand and price of used farm equipment rising as producers seek more affordable options

The value of older, used equipment ranging from combines to skid steers and everything in between, has been rising for 18 months. → Read More

Waseca County’s agricultural past and present, a series wrap-up

The series highlighting Waseca County’s deep agricultural roots started from the very beginning. → Read More

The impact of the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute’s Waseca office in the county

Created by the state of Minnesota in 1987, the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute in Waseca is a non-profit research organization. → Read More

Southern Research and Outreach Center providing positive community and agricultural impacts

The University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center started in 1912. → Read More

Minnesota Youth Livestock Expo offers new show opportunity for Minnesota youth

The Minnesota Youth Livestock Expo Beef, Sheep and Meat Goat show is open to all Minnesota 4-H and FFA members and any other youth between the ages of 8 and 21. → Read More

New grants made available in response to disruptions from COVID-19 on farm to school markets

One of the grants is available to schools and intended to support school districts purchasing products from Minnesota producers. → Read More

SCC receives nearly $500,000 grant for advanced agriculture technology program

South Central College is awarded a new grant to help expand its agriculture program. → Read More

Dairy industry disrupted by COVID-19

Hoffman says that though market reports may not be uplifting, livestock still needs to be tended to. → Read More

Minnesota River Basin study finalized

The report includes action recommendations that are supported by the Minnesota River Basin Interagency study results. → Read More

USDA partners with Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty to provide meals for students in rural areas

Due to school closures, nearly 1,000,000 meals will be delivered to students in rural areas. → Read More

Experiences and memories cut short for college seniors amid coronavirus concerns

For them, experiences and memories are cut short, their favorite campus traditions are now canceled. → Read More

Fairmont Elementary supports local businesses with Support Local fundraiser

A catalog titled "Support Local" was given to all third through sixth graders at Fairmont Elementary filled with items that came from local businesses. → Read More

Lakeview Methodist Health Services takes preventative action amid coronavirus concerns

The senior facility is restricting visitors and limiting traffic flow through the building. → Read More

MPCA revising general operating permits for large feedlots in an effort to benefit water quality

The aim of the revised operating permit is to protect water quality in Minnesota through storage practices and land application of manure to prevent runoff. → Read More

Cargill offering free safety vests for US dairy farms

More than 2,000 dairy farms across the country have claimed their vest in an effort to enforce safety and be seen while large equipment moves around the farm daily. → Read More