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Federal Grants to Help South Dakota Programs for New Farmers, Ranchers

Organizations in South Dakota will receive a portion of the $17 million in grants that the Dept of Agriculture is handing out to help new farmers and ranchers.

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Contaminated Soil Farm

The South Dakota Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on whether Fall River County properly approved a site near Edgemont to clean oil-contaminated soil.

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Winter Wheat Harvest in South Dakota Ahead of Average pace

The planting of winter wheat in South Dakota continues to progress ahead of the average pace.

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South Dakota Spring Wheat, Winter Wheat Production down

South Dakota farmers this year produced less spring wheat and winter wheat than last year but more durum wheat.

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Judge Slows down Parker Chicken Farm Push

A judge struck down Turner County's zoning ordinance, providing at least a temporary victory for opponents of a large egg-laying operation planned near Parker.

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Photographer: Dean Hutton/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Irene South Dakota Man Dies in Grain Bin Accident

With harvest underway in South Dakota we hear yet another story of why farming is actually one of the most dangerous jobs you can be associated with

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Weather Hampers Fall Harvest in Parts of South Dakota

The fall harvest is in full swing in South Dakota, but weather has slowed farmers in some areas.

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State Permit Changes for Large Feedlots Get Favorable Marks

A plan to update standards for protecting state waters from manure and wastewater produced by animal feeding operations is receiving largely favorable marks.

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Week of Warm, Dry Weather Helps South Dakota Crops Mature

A week of warm, dry weather in South Dakota has advanced the maturity of crops including corn and soybeans.

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DOT: Hay Bales in Highway Ditches after Oct. 1 Are Illegal

The South Dakota Department of Transportation is reminding landowners that any hay remaining in highway ditches after Oct. 1 is illegal.

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