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SDSU Researchers Develop 2 New Oat Varieties

Researchers at South Dakota State University have developed two new oat varieties.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

Livestock Farmer Says Drought Spiking Feed Prices

A Gayville livestock farmer says his farm has gone from probably the wettest 18-month stretch to the 18-month stretch on record.

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Experts say the weekend storm in South Dakota won't do much to ease drought conditions in farm country.
Experts say the weekend storm in South Dakota won't do much to ease drought conditions in farm country.

Snow Didn’t Help Ease the Drought

Just our luck. We finally get some snow, not a lot in the Sioux Falls area, but areas to the north of us got more.

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Newest Agricultural Labratory in Brookings Celebrates Anniversary

South Dakota's newest agricultural testing laboratory is celebrating its one-year anniversary.

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Drought Leads to More Irrigation Permits

The number of irrigation permits being issued in South Dakota this year is at a level not seen since the mid-1970s. Drought is a common factor.

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Lack of Moisture Slowing Winter Wheat

A lack of moisture is to blame for the slow progression of South Dakota's winter wheat crop emergence last week.

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Drought Forces Midwest Ranchers To Sell Off Livestock
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South Dakota Red Meat Production in October Up Over the Year

Commercial red meat production in South Dakota totaled 107.4 million pounds in October, up 9 percent over the year.

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South Dakota Winter Wheat Crop Continues Slow Emergence

South Dakota's winter wheat crop is more than half way emerged, but well behind last year's pace.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

South Dakota Cattle on Feed Down 20,000 from a Year Ago

South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more head had 220,000 cattle on feed for the slaughter market as of Nov. 1.

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Bison for Sale in Custer

Bison buyers are set to descend on western South Dakota's Custer State Park.

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