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Bird Flu Crisis Slows in Minnesota, Focus Now on Recovery

Minnesota has notched six straight days without a new bird flu case. And though state officials aren't ready to say the outbreak is over, they're beginning to stand down.

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Man Nearly Buried in Grain Bin Rescued

An Owatonna, Minnesota man is rescued from a grain bin after he was buried up to his neck in corn.

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Tax Crimes of South Dakota Father and Son

Two South Dakota men accused of trying to hide their ownership of a farm and its income have been found guilty of federal tax crimes.

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USDA Confirms Bird Flu Virus at Flandreau Farm Is H5N2

Officials have confirmed that a strain of bird flu that affected chickens in Flandreau was the same one that's wiped out millions of birds across the Midwest.

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Stockgrowers Continues to Support Country-Of-Origin Labeling

South Dakota Stockgrowers Association President Bob Fortune says Congress shouldn't hastily act on repealing country-of-origin meat labeling.

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Did Frost Hurt New Corn?

By and large farmers are not concerned with the recent frost doing any damage to the corn

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Cool, Wet Conditions Slow Fieldwork across South Dakota

Cool and wet conditions across most of South Dakota slowed down fieldwork in the last week, but producers welcomed the moisture.

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Bird Flu Strikes Flandreau Chicken Farm

South Dakota has its first case of bird flu at an egg-laying chicken farm that holds 1.3 million of the birds.

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Two More Turkey Farms in South Dakota Confirmed to Have Deadly Bird Flu

Two more turkey farms in South Dakota have been confirmed to have some form of the deadly bird flu that's swept through poultry operations across the Midwest.

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Winter Wheat Production down in the Dakotas from 2014

This year's winter wheat crop in the Dakotas is expected to be quite a bit smaller than last year's.

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