Aneta, North Dakota, USA
AdFarm began its North Dakota farm in 2001. The land we farm is 70 acres amidst rolling hills near the small town of Aneta. The rich, black, clay loam soil has produced some great crops as a part of the AdFarm educational experience. Here’s what we’ve grown:
2001 – Trail conventional soybeans
2002 – Heartland Hybrids 1083 corn
2003 – Robust malting barley
2004 – InVigor 2573 canola
2005 – Jerry winter wheat
2006 – ProSeed 60-40 certified soybeans
2007 – Tradition registered seed barley
2008 – Jerry winter wheat
2009 – La Paz Pinto Beans
2010 – Pioneer 39D97 Corn
The Farm and the Farmer
Our AdFarm North Dakota Farmer Partner is Fred Lukens. He works with the Farm Boss and Farm Coordinator on decisions regarding the AdFarm North Dakota crop selection and other operational considerations.
Fred and his wife Jane farm with her father, Oscar Huso, Jr., brother Jim Huso, cousin Don Huso and neighbor Bill Miller. Their farm consists of approximately 5,000 acres and 100 head of registered Polled Hereford cattle. They also grow winter wheat, barley, oats, corn, soybeans, pinto beans, canola, field peas, alfalfa and other hay crops.
- Our soybean seeds are in!
- Spring brings action to our North Dakota farm
- 2011 Farm Plan Announced
- Final 2010 N.D. farm report: $38/share profit
- Corn prices are down; Now what?
- Our ND corn is in the bin
- AdFarm North Dakota Corn Harvest is Underway
- Market picture bright for shareholders
- Early Frost Hits AdFarm’s North Dakota Corn
- AdFarm North Dakota Corn is 3 for 3.
- AdFarm North Dakota Corn Projected to Surpass Original Yield Expectations.
- Who’s Minding the North Dakota Shareholders’ Money?
- AdFarm North Dakota Corn Dressed and Looking Good!
- Old Farm Sayings or Truisms? AdFarm North Dakota Corn “Up By Memorial Day”
- 103 Shareholders Sign On For 2010 AdFarm North Dakota Crop.
- Better Than the Scent of Fresh Soil.
- Hot dish wrap-up and kick-off for AdFarm farm shareholders.
- Our North Dakota farm plan is set for 2010
- 2009 AdFarm North Dakota Crop Sold!
- Plan B: AdFarm pinto beans harvested