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If you're ever lost in a pasture, just follow the cows home.

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South Dakota Officials Hold Forums on Livestock Production

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture will hold two dozen meetings across the state in the next three months to discuss the future of livestock production in the state.

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Aberdeen Plant Can Process Unlimited Number of Cattle

Northern Beef Packers can now process an unlimited number of cattle after getting its permanent certificate of occupancy from the city of Aberdeen.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

Livestock Farmer Says Drought Spiking Feed Prices

A Gayville livestock farmer says his farm has gone from probably the wettest 18-month stretch to the 18-month stretch on record.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

South Dakota Cattle on Feed Down 20,000 from a Year Ago

South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more head had 220,000 cattle on feed for the slaughter market as of Nov. 1.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

City Says Aberdeen Beef Plant Can Ramp Up Production

The Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen is being allowed to slaughter more cattle after passing a city inspection.

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Aberdeen Beef Plant Pays Off Most Liens Filed Against It

A long-delayed beef-processing plant in Aberdeen has paid off all but one of the 39 liens filed against it.

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Some ranchers in the western United States reportedly are stealing grass and hay to feed their cattle, as the drought has depleted their own pastures.

Grass, Hay Thefts Reported

I guess this had to happen, although it's not going on around here.

In some parts of the country, ranchers who have been dealing with drought reportedly are cutting their neighbors' fences so their cattle can graze on someone else's land

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Historic Drought Cripples Ranches And Farms In American West

South Dakota Officials Report Sick Cattle Herds

State Veterinarian Dustin Oedekoven says more than 40 cattle herds in southeastern South Dakota have been reported with signs of illness that include fever, ulcers in the mouth, excessive salivation and lameness when walking.

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