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Corn Progress Delayed by Cool Weather

Crop progress has already been and may be further delayed due to unseasonably cool weather.

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Small Grains Harvest in South Dakota in Latter Stages

The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that about 74 percent of the barley, 86 percent of the spring wheat and 95 percent of the oats are in the bin.

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Drive Safe during Harvest

Although fall harvest is ways off, the South Dakota State University Extension is urging motorists to be cautious while sharing the road with farm equipment.

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Farm Value up in South Dakota

The value of farm real estate in South Dakota has risen 12 percent in the past year.

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Farms in the Dakotas Have High Rate of Computer Access

The percentage of farms with access to computers is slightly higher in the Dakotas than in the nation as a whole.

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SDSU Extension to Host Several Soil Health, Cover Crop Tours

The SDSU Extension staff and ag experts will be hosting several soil health and cover crop field tours next month in the eastern part of the state.

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Winter Wheat Harvest Nears Completion in South Dakota

The winter wheat harvest is nearing completion in South Dakota, after a week of varied rainfall in the state.

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South Dakota Corn, Soybean Crops to Be Smaller This Year

The latest estimates from the federal Agriculture Department predict smaller corn and soybean crops in South Dakota this year.

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Regents Give SDSU Green Light to Develop New Ag Major

The regents gave SDSU the green light Tuesday to start developing plans for an undergraduate degree in precision agriculture.

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South Dakota Corn, Soybean Crops to Be Smaller This Year

The latest estimates from the federal Agriculture Department predict smaller corn and soybean crops in South Dakota this year.

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