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December 28, 2023
Ag on the Plains is no dull subject. This year we covered lots of topics in Dakota Farmer to share with readers across North and South Dakota. Some of our favorites included:
Soil health and management
Adding cybersecurity to the farm
How a cow and a red Solo cup are connected
Problematic drain tile ruling
We also shared stories of perseverance and farm life. A herd dispersal can mean the end of a legacy. But one local ranch turned it into a new opportunity.
Thank you for following along with Dakota agriculture these past 12 months. We’re excited to share more great local ag with you in 2024!
Editor, Dakota Farmer, Farm Progress
Sarah McNaughton of Bismarck, N.D., has been editor of Dakota Farmer since 2021. Before working at Farm Progress, she was an NDSU 4-H Extension agent in Cass County, N.D. Prior to that, she was a farm and ranch reporter at KFGO Radio in Fargo.
McNaughton is a graduate of North Dakota State University, with a bachelor’s degree in ag communications and a master’s in Extension education and youth development.
She is involved in agriculture in both her professional and personal life, as a member of North Dakota Agri-Women, Agriculture Communicators Network Sigma Alpha Professional Agriculture Sorority Alumni and Professional Women in Agri-business. As a life-long 4-H’er, she is a regular volunteer for North Dakota 4-H programs and events.
In her free time, she is an avid backpacker and hiker, and can be found most summer weekends at rodeos around the Midwest.
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