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Farmers Continue Planting Following Cold Wet April
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Report on South Dakota Planting

Spring planting is underway in South Dakota. However, another week of warm, dry conditions didn't help soil moisture.

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Farmers Continue Planting
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What Are South Dakota Farmers Planting This Year?

The federal Agriculture Department says South Dakota corn acres are expected to drop ten percent from last year, but soybean acres should match last year's record.

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State Dairy Princess Will Be Crowned in Sioux Falls Tuesday Evening

A program is scheduled to begin at 4:00 PM at the Sioux Falls Convention Center in conjunction with the Central Plains Dairy Expo and Convention.

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Drought Conditions Persist in Much of Eastern South Dakota

Forecasters say drought conditions are likely for much of the Northern Plains this spring.

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South Dakota Is Looking for an Agriculture Ambassador

The state Department of Agriculture is taking nominations for the 2015 South Dakota Governor's Ag Ambassador Award.

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South Dakota Farmers Are Concerned about an Agriculture Merger

The South Dakota Wheat Growers and North Central Farmers Elevator announced plans at the beginning of March to join and create a newly named co-op

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1.5 Million Pounds of Chicken Poo in Parker Per Day? What Happens to It?

Six million chickens in Parker would create a lot of waste - about 1.5 million pounds per day according to an Ohio State University study.

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Your South Dakota Farm Could Be Eligible for an Honor

Families that have spent 100 or 125 years of life on farming or ranching have the opportunity to be recognized

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South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill

South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill.

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Egg Prices Rise 40 Percent After Major Salmonella Outbreak

Why Six Million Egg Laying Chickens Near Parker? Why Not?

Sonstegard Foods in Sioux Falls wants to put 6 million egg-laying chickens in a plant outside of Parker. Why 6 million chickens? Pete Sonstegard explains.

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