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South Dakota Cattle on Feed Down 7 Percent

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more animals had 215,000 cattle on feed on June 1, down 7 percent from last year.

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Landowners Urged to Check for Grasshoppers

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The South Dakota Agriculture Department is urging farmers and ranchers to check their land for grasshopper infestations.

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Kazakhstan Leaders Visit South Dakota to Learn About Agriculture

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) - Six leaders from Kazakhstan are visiting South Dakota to learn about agriculture diversification.

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Fluffy Cows: Old Beauty Practice Gains Attention

ADEL, Iowa (AP) - Grooming cows so they look like unusually large poodles is a well-known beautification practice in the show cattle industry.

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Rain Limited Some Planting of Crops in South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Rain limited the ability for farmers in some areas of South Dakota to plant crops last week.

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USDA Awards Grants to South Dakota Organizations

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced grants to several organizations in South Dakota to help rural businesses.

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Farm Bill Divides South Dakota’s Senators

In what passes for a bipartisan vote in today’s US Senate, the $100 billion dollar a year farm bill was passed by a tally of 66 to 27.

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Johnson Votes for Farm Bill, Thune Votes Against

South Dakota's U.S. senators have different takes on the farm bill the Senate has passed.

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Weather Affecting Farmers’ Ability to Plant Crops

Cool and wet conditions are continuing across South Dakota and have limited farmers' ability to complete fieldwork.

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Wet fields have prevented some farmers from planting corn and soybeans.
Wet fields have prevented some farmers from planting corn and soybeans.

Enough With the Rain?

You might remember when state tourism promoters called South Dakota the "Land of Infinite Variety."

Once again, I've got your "infinite variety" right here.

We're one year removed from a drought, but this year, it would seem we've gone the other way, at least so far

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