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Ann Bailey

Agweek reporter

Ann is a journalism veteran with nearly 40 years of reporting and editing experiences on a variety of topics including agriculture and business. Story ideas or questions can be sent to Ann by email at: abailey@agweek.com or phone at: 218-779-8093.

Casey is the well-behaved dog that normally stays out of the limelight.
An unchangeable fact about life in the northern Plains is that winter lasts for several months so if you don't want to be cooped up for the duration, you have to dress warm and head outside.
While most of us will not have an opportunity to change the world, looking for, and doing, good can make it better for those with whom we come in contact.
Demand has boosted prices for some crops, which include field peas, oats and canola, grown in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota on varying numbers of acres.
A great motivator, in the form of a golden-furred dog with soulful brown eyes and a goofy grin on her face, encourages me to walk outdoors on even the most brutal winter days.
Jamie Hande, a certified equine massage therapist, has operated her business in Glen Ullin since 2016.
Ann Bailey explains why she's thankful for agriculture in professional and personal life.
The potatoes, donated by Northland Potato Growers Association members through a project dubbed Northland Potato Blessing Project, will be used for meals, holiday gift baskets and food boxes during the next year.
One of the most significant lessons my dad taught this farmer’s daughter was to lead by example.
Three insects are determined to make their way inside our house: boxelder bugs, Asian lady beetles and stripey flies.