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JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls
JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls

Broken Leg No Longer a Death Sentence for South Dakota Calves

It's not what any farmer or rancher wants to see. A valuable calf limping out in the pasture.

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Hay
Pablo Blazquez Dominguez, Getty Images

Mowing Ditches Is Illegal, But No One Seems to Care

It's illegal to mow ditches along South Dakota highways in the early summer

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America
Ronald Martinez, Getty Images

The Founders of America Were Farmers

George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were all farmers.

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JD Collins/KIKN via Sprint Sioux Falls
JD Collins/KIKN via Sprint Sioux Falls

North Dakota Farmer Planting More than Soybeans

North Dakota Farmer/Singer Songwriter Joe Schmidt stopped in and talked a bit about his song that several radio stations have picked up called My Field Of Dreams.

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Barb Wire Fence
Clipart/Jari Kivela

Is This the Tightest Gate in South Dakota?

Click here for a pic of what soon could be the hardest to open gate in all South Dakota!

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Crops
Scott Olson, Getty Images

Latest on South Dakota Crops

The weekly crop report from The Agriculture Department is out.

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Scott Olson, Getty Images

Farmers Urged to Contact EPA

The National Corn Growers Association urged farmers to submit comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding the ban of atrazine.

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Planting
Scott Olson, Getty Images

South Dakota Farmers Get It Done

Corn planting is wrapping up in South Dakota, and farmers are turning their focus to finishing up soybeans.

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Hay
John Moore, Getty Images

Hay Expo Returns to Iowa

The show is scheduled for June 22 and 23 at the Central Iowa Expo facility located just east of Boone, Iowa.

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Farmers
Scott Olson, Getty Images

South Dakota Farmers Are Crankin’

South Dakota farmers have made considerable progress over the past week planting corn and soybeans.

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