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After being found underwater and unconscious in a pond in Corcoran, Minn., an 11-year-old boy was pronounced dead at North Memorial Hospital, police say.
Storms in southwestern Minnesota caused significant damage to a farm in Redwood County, authorities say.
White House groundskeepers have settled on a Christmas tree. It will come from a farm in Marquette County.
A 12-year-old Sturgeon Lake boy has died in an all-terrain vehicle accident on his family’s farm.
A fire in Northwest Minnesota wiped out a farmer’s barn and the 9,000 turkeys inside.
Only two malnourished horses were taken from an East Bethel farm on Monday afternoon, but more might be taken as early as Tuesday, investigators said.
A farm couple is showing off its success in raising poultry and rejuvenating pastures in northeastern Minnesota.
The development of Minnesota’s major crops has advanced significantly thanks to last week’s high heat and humidity.
The popularity of farm-to-school programs that put locally grown food on cafeteria trays has exploded in recent years — so much so that the federal agency in charge of school lunches is giving them a new stamp of approval.
We’re the kind of family that makes at least one trek to each of the zoos in the Twin Cities every year. We love both the Minnesota Zoo and Como Zoo, each for different reasons. When we’re in the mood for a more intimate day that involves less time and considerably less walking, we head to Como. And when we’re craving the full-blown, walk until you drop, all day experience, we head to the Minnesota Zoo!
It may not have felt like it lately, but spring planting season is here. For months, a farm in the east metro, run by the Minnesota Food Association, has been preparing and training a new generation of farmers.
The owner of a dilapidated farm in northeastern Minnesota has been cited for animal neglect after investigators said they found half a dozen animals starved to death.
Researchers have found the state’s black bear population continues to expand from its usual forest habitat into farmland in northwestern Minnesota, raising the chances of dangerous run-ins with humans.
Many Republicans who swept rural Democrats from office are now confronting the reality of a promise to reduce spending: Should it cover the farm subsidies that have brought money and jobs to their districts — and directly benefited some GOP lawmakers or their families?