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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

South Dakota Farmers Plant Largest Soybean Crop on Record

South Dakota farmers planted a record soybean crop this year, mirroring a national trend.

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July 8 Is A Special Day For Farmers

You are invited to participate in a free and educational event

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Record Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Hits NSW

Here’s How Our Farmers Are Being Impacted By Current Weather

Too wet and too cool means major trouble for crops. There are also challenges right now with livestock.

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Farmers Plant Corn To Take Advantage Of Prices Driven Up By Ethanol

Where Are We At With Farm Work?

The crop and fieldwork report is out for us.

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Dakotas Receive Special Crop Block Grant Funds

(NPN) -- Nearly three and a half million dollars are available to Dakota farmers for specialty crop grants.

Thursday, the USDA announced $66 million available nationally to the states through block grants

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Ethanol Gets A Boost From South Dakota Governor

Governor Dennis Daugaard of South Dakota gave ethanol, specifically E-15 ethanol, a boost.

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Israel Pioneers Use Of Medical Marijuana

There’s Cannabis in the Farm Bill!

(NPN) -- North Dakota is in a position to take advantage of a little discussed amendment in the new Farm Bill—industrial hemp.

The amendment allows state agriculture departments, colleges and universities to grow hemp, defined as the non-drug oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis, for academic or agricultural research purposes, but it applies only to states where industrial hemp farming is already legal under state law

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FILE: Struggling Dairy Farmers
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National Dairy Groups Oppose Raw Milk Measure

(NPN) -- Two organizations representing the nation's dairy farmers and dairy companies urge state lawmakers in South Dakota to reject efforts easing regulations surrounding raw milk sales directly to consumers

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Farmers Continue Planting
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Rescue For Farmers

Applications for planting are being accepted

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Crops
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South Dakota Crop Report

Winter wheat, cattle and sheep in good shape

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