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North Dakota's Agriculture Commissioner said the state's farming and ranching community has felt their fair share of challenges over the last six years.

Goehring said in a normal cycle, the market would likely start turning around. But he said that isn't happening now – because the market is still fraught with challenges.

"There's a trade war with China," Goehring said. "We're still dealing with high tariffs across the entire world, from many countries."

North Dakota to receive more blender pumps

Sep 10, 2015

Grants through the Biofuels Infrastructure Project will add infrastructure to supply 21 states with more blender pumps, which would deliver more renewable fuel options to more drivers.

Researchers at UND, NDSU and Mayville State are working on biofuels. And as Prairie Public's Dave Thompson reports, the researchers hope to commercialize their research.

Michael Moore is UND’s Vice-President for intellectual property commercialization and economic development. He says the “Sunrise” project includes more than just biofuels production.