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Sunflowers

Sunflower Crop Progressing in the North, South Dakota

The National Sunflower Association says South Dakota's blooms are above average, while North Dakota's are a little behind average.

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Grain Reserves In China Help To Stabilize Food Prices

Grain Storage Space a Problem in Parts of South Dakota

Rail congestion and large crops are leading to worries about grain storage space as South Dakota's harvest gets underway.

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NEA Grant to Help Freeman Design Arts, Agriculture Center

Sen. Tim Johnson says the National Endowment for the Arts is giving up to $150,000 to the city of Freeman to help the town design an arts and agricultural center.

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Goat

Squabble Among Children Reveals Identity of Goat Farmer

Sometimes it’s good to stretch your horizons occasionally.  Meeting new people on a holiday weekend can open your eyes to what is in our midst.

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World Organic Trade Fair BioFach 2011

Record Set This Year By South Dakota Farmers

Largest soybean crop on record planted to the state's acres

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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

South Dakota Farmers Plant Largest Soybean Crop on Record

South Dakota farmers planted a record soybean crop this year, mirroring a national trend.

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Americana's Cross County Lines

Enjoy A Fun Event Saturday On Brandon Farm

Take your family and spend a day on the farm. Everyone will have fun and learn about how those great dairy products that you enjoy everyday exist.

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Vegetables for Sale at a Farmer's Market
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Dakotas Receive Special Crop Block Grant Funds

(NPN) -- Nearly three and a half million dollars are available to Dakota farmers for specialty crop grants.

Thursday, the USDA announced $66 million available nationally to the states through block grants

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Farmers Hit Hard By State's Drought
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Current Soil Conditions

Cool, wet spring may ease western Plains drought

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File: Combining Corn

National Headline – ‘Death On a Farm’

I came across a disturbing article today. It's out in the April 18th run of Newsweek Magazine. The headline itself grabs quickly. Death on a Farm.

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