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Cattle at Visalia Livestock Market
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State Vet Doesn’t Anticipate Trich Outbreak on Par with 2005

The state saw no cases of bovine trichomoniasis, or trich, last year and just one the previous year.

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Cattle at Visalia Livestock Market
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Animal Board Reports Bovine Trichomoniasis in 3 Herds

The South Dakota Animal Industry Board says a reproductive cattle disease has been diagnosed in three South Dakota herds.

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Ordinance Change Could Halve Size of Parker Chicken Farm

Turner County's planning commission has approved a zoning ordinance paving the way for a large egg-laying operation near Parker.

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Cattle at Visalia Livestock Market
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South Dakota Ag Secretary Wants More Livestock on Farms

South Dakota Agriculture Secretary Lucas Lentsch is joining his counterpart in North Dakota in calling for more animal agriculture in the state.

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Highway Bill in Congress Would Restore Crop Insurance Cuts

U.S. senators say a highway bill that Congress is poised to pass restores $3 billion in cuts to crop insurance in the budget agreement completed in October.

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Investors Sue State over Failed Beef Plant Investment

Foreign investors who sunk a collective $18.5 million into a failed beef processing plant have sued the state, saying that officials misrepresented the project.

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Many South Dakota Farmers Wrap up Late-Season Fieldwork

Above-normal temperatures before this week's snowstorm in South Dakota allowed many farmers to wrap up late-season fieldwork.

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South Dakota Farmers Wrapping up the Fall Harvest

South Dakota farmers are wrapping up the fall harvest, though rain and snow over the past week brought fieldwork to a halt.

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Scientists Say Feeding Fish Soy, Not Fish, More Sustainable

Research supported by the soybean industry is looking to convert some farm-raised fish into vegetarians.

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Mayor: Aberdeen Beef Plant Processing Cattle Daily

Aberdeen's mayor says the owners of a beef plant that closed in 2012 before ramping up production have fired up the equipment and are processing cattle a day.

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