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Farmers Continue Planting
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USDA: Cool Temps Slow Spring Tillage, Small Grain Seeding

The U.S. Dept of Ag says South Dakota received little precipitation over the past week, but cool temperatures slowed spring tillage and small grain seeding.

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Combine Dumps Harvested Wheat into Tractor's Trailer
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Governor’s Agricultural Summit Planned for Brookings

The seventh annual Governor's Agricultural Summit hosted by the South Dakota Department of Agriculture will be held June 1-2 in Brookings.

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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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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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