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Plant OK’D for One-Time Use of Wastewater for Irrigation

The DENR is allowing the DemKota Ranch Beef processing plant in Aberdeen to use treated wastewater for irrigation on a one-time basis.

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Corn Crops
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USDA: Rainfall Helps Topsoil, Subsoil Moisture Levels

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says most of South Dakota received some precipitation last week, helping topsoil and subsoil moisture levels.

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Could Be Smallest Wheat Crop in South Dakota in 37 Years

This year's wheat crop in South Dakota could be the smallest in nearly four decades.

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Farm Ownership Transition Program

There is a program underway to connect farmers who want to get out of the business with farmers wanting in.

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Cow Diagnosis
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Cattle Disease in South Dakota

Trich disease diagnosed in another South Dakota cattle herd

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Corn Crops
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North Dakota Drainage Project Worries South Dakota Farmers

Farmers in northeastern South Dakota are worried about a drainage ditch project in southeastern North Dakota.

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Opponent of Parker Egg Farm Alleges Open Meetings Violation

Opponents of a large egg-laying facility planned near Parker is challenging whether a Turner County board that approved the project met behind closed doors.

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Picture taken Oct. 7th, 2013 Southwest of Faith, SD of a 500 lb. calf who perished in the storm
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Man Who Falsely Claimed Cattle Losses Gets 1 Year in Prison

A rancher has been sentenced to one year in prison after admitting that he falsely claimed losing over a hundred cattle during the autumn blizzard of 2013.

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Sheep (FILE)
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USDA: Warmth Melts Snow Cover, Benefits Calving, Lambing

The Department of Agriculture says warmer weather during the latter part of February has decreased snow cover substantially and benefited calving and lambing.

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Turkey Farm
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Group Wants Bigger Turkey Populations, Happy Landowners

South Dakota wildlife officials say wild turkey populations are lower than desired in nearly every county in the state.

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