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State Lawmaker Objects to Hog Barn Permits

A South Dakota lawmaker who lives a mile from the site of a planned hog barn in Grant County is questioning the state's permitting process.

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Wet Conditions Continue to Hamper Farmers in South Dakota

Cool wet conditions have prevented farmers and ranchers in South Dakota from making progress planting crops.

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USDA: Corn Prices Up Slightly in South Dakota

The U.S. Agriculture Department says May corn prices are up slightly in South Dakota.

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Rain Limits Crop Activity for Farmers in South Dakota

Rain across much of South Dakota limited planting activities for farmers last week.

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Officials Say Rains Ease Drought in Much of South Dakota

Officials say recent rains have eased the drought in much of South Dakota, but problems remain in some western areas of the state.

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Dairy Economist to Speak at South Dakota State

A University of Minnesota dairy economist will speak at South Dakota University on Wednesday about current federal dairy legislation.

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Above-normal Temps, Dry Soil Help South Dakota Farmers

Above-normal temperatures and drier soils accelerated spring planting across South Dakota.

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Citrus Greening Diseases Threatens Florida's Orange Industry

More Environmental Concerns?

Every day we hear something about new concerns for our environment, and the latest one hits home, or could hit home, for most of us.

Seems that in citrus country, a disease called "citrus greening" is out there that harms the orange crop

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Former Texas Congressman to Speak at Ag Summit

Former U.S. Rep. Charlie Stenholm of Texas will be the keynote speaker next month at South Dakota's annual Governor's Ag Development Summit.

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Warmer Temperatures Help South Dakota Farmers

Warmer weather across South Dakota helped farmers make good progress on their crops last week.

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