BISMARCK, North Dakota — A group that provides grants to developers of North Dakota farm products will consider funding ten projects at its quarterly meeting.
The Agricultural Products Utilization Commission plans to review funding requests that total more than $495,000.
The largest request is $135,100 by Bison Compost, LLP, of Leeds, which is looking to further develop a North Dakota-based bison manure compost business that produces and sells antibiotic and hormone-free product.
The group is scheduled to meet May 21 at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn.
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