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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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Resilience, Aid Keep Ranchers Afloat After Storm

Many ranchers in western South Dakota are doing better than expected a year after a freak autumn blizzard killed at least 43,000 cattle.

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South Dakota Wheat Production Up 69 Percent

Wheat production in South Dakota this year is up 69 percent from 2013, to 131 million bushels.

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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

Week of Warm Weather Helps South Dakota Row Crops

A week of warm weather has helped the development of row crops in South Dakota.

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Wetlands in Sioux Falls
photo by Jeff Hayes

Grain Growers Questions Ducks Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service Partnership

The Grain Growers Association is raising questions about the working relationship between the NRCS and a private group that works to boost wetlands & waterfowl.

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Deere & Co. John Deere Tractors Harvest Crops
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Worrisome Weed Could Threaten South Dakota, Upper Midwest Crops

A weed strong enough to stop combines has been confirmed in South Dakota.

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Corn Harvest Underway In Brandenburg

Positive News For South Dakota Farmers

Preparation begins for harvest of record crops

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Hay Bales in a Farm Field
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South Dakota Ranchers Encouraged to Apply for Donated Hay

Agriculture officials are encouraging ranchers in disaster-declared counties to apply for donated hay bales.

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Midwest Farmers Continue To Struggle Against Extended Drought

Get the Hay Out of the Way

Message for farmers to get the hay out of the road areas for safety reasons

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Deere & Co. John Deere Tractors Harvest Crops
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Agriculture Equipment Sales Decline in 2014

Agricultural equipment manufacturers and farmers say machinery sales have fallen recently because of lower commodity prices and changes to a federal tax break.

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U.S. Dairy Farming Still A Struggle Despite Rise In Milk Prices

Crop Report For South Dakota

Most of the winter wheat is in the bin

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