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Concerned Farmers
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South Dakota Farmers Are Concerned about an Agriculture Merger

The South Dakota Wheat Growers and North Central Farmers Elevator announced plans at the beginning of March to join and create a newly named co-op

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Chickens
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1.5 Million Pounds of Chicken Poo in Parker Per Day? What Happens to It?

Six million chickens in Parker would create a lot of waste - about 1.5 million pounds per day according to an Ohio State University study.

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Farm
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Your South Dakota Farm Could Be Eligible for an Honor

Families that have spent 100 or 125 years of life on farming or ranching have the opportunity to be recognized

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Condition of South Dakota Winter Wheat Crop Deteriorates

The condition of South Dakota's winter wheat crop has deteriorated over the past month.

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Corn Harvest
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South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill

South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill.

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Egg Prices Rise 40 Percent After Major Salmonella Outbreak

Why Six Million Egg Laying Chickens Near Parker? Why Not?

Sonstegard Foods in Sioux Falls wants to put 6 million egg-laying chickens in a plant outside of Parker. Why 6 million chickens? Pete Sonstegard explains.

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Cattle
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More South Dakota Cattle in Feedlots than Year Ago

The US Ag Dept's National Ag Stats Service says lots with capacities of 1,000 or more head contained 230,000 cattle on feed on Feb. 1, up 5% from last year.

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South Dakota Is Important to the World, Ranks First in Agribusiness-Friendly Index

I would like to share some things with you about our farmers. South Dakota plays a valuable role in feeding the World.

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Mitchell Town Leaders Contemplate Allowing Chickens in Town

Mitchell's City Council is weighing whether to allow residents to raise chickens in backyards.

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Actual Growth plus Abundant Potential Equals Great Discussion

Verifiable increase plus opportunities for growth will dominate our discussions on Viewpoint University. The Thursday edition has a solid slate of guests.

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