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Warmer Weather Improves Farm Conditions in South Dakota

Pastures are beginning to turn green following warm weather and sunshine in South Dakota.

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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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No Serious Injuries in Hog Barn Fire in Parkston

Investigators believe electrical problems in a light fixture sparked a barn fire at a hog production facility in southeastern South Dakota.

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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 Lawmakers Consider Livestock Inspection Fees

PIERRE - A legislative panel is reviewing the state Brand Board's decision to increase the fee for livestock inspections designed to prevent the theft of cattle, horses and mules in western South Dakota.

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Below Normal Temps Provide Few Days for Fieldwork

SIOUX FALLS - Below normal temperatures have limited the ability for snow to melt and kept soil temperatures at or below freezing across South Dakota.

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Representative Kristi Noem Anticipates Work on Farm Bill [VIDEO]

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem expects work on the Farm Bill in commitee will begin next month.

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South Dakota Livestock Doing Well Despite Drought

SIOUX FALLS - Livestock are doing well in most areas of South Dakota despite drought-reduced feed and stock water supplies.

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South Dakota Ranks Second in the Nation for Honey Production

SIOUX FALLS - Honey production in South Dakota last year totaled 17 million pounds, the second-most in the nation behind North Dakota.

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