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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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Cooler Temperatures Slows Planting of Row Crops

Unseasonably cool temperatures across South Dakota slowed planting of row crops and pasture growth.

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Safety Courses Offered to Young South Dakota Farm Workers

South Dakota State University Extension is offering training courses for young South Dakotans who plan to work on farms this summer.

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Swine Operation Set to Open South of Mount Vernon

A 5,000-sow swine operation is set to open south of Mount Vernon.

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Winter Wheat Prices Down 1 Cent from Last Month

The April preliminary winter wheat price in South Dakota is down a penny from last month but up more than a dollar from a year ago.

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Study: Drought, Other Factors Weigh on Livestock

A study from the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Business Management says drought and other factors made the livestock business financially difficult last year.

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Cold Weather Affects Farmers in Eastern South Dakota

Continued below normal temperatures limited the ability for fieldwork in eastern portions of South Dakota.

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New State Ag Secretary Named

Governor Dennis Daugaard says he is appointing Lucas Lentsch of Pierre to replace Walt Bones as Secretary of Agriculture.
The Governor announced that Bones is retiring after more than two years on the job to return to his farming operation near Parker

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South Dakota Public Utilities Commission Jerks Elevator License

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has suspended the licenses of a financially troubled grain elevator in Gregory.

The three-member commission voted unanimously Friday to immediately suspend the grain buyer and grain warehouse licenses of the Gregory Farmers Elevator. The licenses will be revoked permanently

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