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Rules for Raw Milk in South Dakota

The push for farm-fresh or organic products like eggs and milk translates to need for relevant food rules.

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No Chickens in My Backyard

Some Rapid City residents want the decision-makers in their city to follow the lead of Sioux Falls and a few other cities and allow them to keep chickens in their backyards.

The Rapid Citians want to be allowed to have up to six hens, and I can see their point

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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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Study: Drought, Other Factors Weigh on Livestock

A study from the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Business Management says drought and other factors made the livestock business financially difficult last year.

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Cold Weather Affects Farmers in Eastern South Dakota

Continued below normal temperatures limited the ability for fieldwork in eastern portions of South Dakota.

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South Dakota Lawmakers Consider Livestock Inspection Fees

PIERRE - A legislative panel is reviewing the state Brand Board's decision to increase the fee for livestock inspections designed to prevent the theft of cattle, horses and mules in western South Dakota.

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Below Normal Temps Provide Few Days for Fieldwork

SIOUX FALLS - Below normal temperatures have limited the ability for snow to melt and kept soil temperatures at or below freezing across South Dakota.

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Representative Kristi Noem Anticipates Work on Farm Bill [VIDEO]

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem expects work on the Farm Bill in commitee will begin next month.

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South Dakota Livestock Doing Well Despite Drought

SIOUX FALLS - Livestock are doing well in most areas of South Dakota despite drought-reduced feed and stock water supplies.

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South Dakota Ranks Second in the Nation for Honey Production

SIOUX FALLS - Honey production in South Dakota last year totaled 17 million pounds, the second-most in the nation behind North Dakota.

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