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USDA Offers Winter Wheat Crop Insurance for All South Dakota Farmers

Producers across the state will now be able to insure their winter wheat crop for 2016.

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Spring Wheat Harvest Getting Underway in South Dakota

The spring wheat harvest is underway in South Dakota, while the winter wheat harvest is nearing the halfway point.

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USDA: Bird Flu Vaccine Works in Chickens, Tested on Turkeys

Scientists have developed a vaccine strain that is 100 percent effective in protecting chickens from bird flu and testing is underway to see if it protects turkeys.

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Warm Temperatures Boost Crop Development Across South Dakota

Above-average temperatures over the past week have boosted the development of crops across South Dakota.

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Corn Quality Remains High

Crop maturity came within one point of the five-year average according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Buy Limited Print and Support Farming Broadcasters

The National Association of Farm Broadcasting Foundation is offering this signed and numbered print as a fundraiser for Farming Broadcasters.

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Wheat Harvest Underway in South Dakota

Should be ready to go around the second week in July. I remember my Dad saying a line something like that almost every year.

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Weather Is Impacting Corn Maturity

While corn crop condition remained about the same, crop maturity continued to trail the five-year average last week

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Winter Wheat Harvest Getting Underway in South Dakota

The Ag Dept says in its weekly crop report that 10 percent of the winter wheat in the state has been combined, ahead of zero percent last year at the same time.

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SDSU Extension: Producers Should Watch out for Pinkeye

The South Dakota State University Extension is recommending cattle producers to watch out for pinkeye, one of the most common and economically damaging cattle diseases.

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