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Venereal Disease Detected in Dewey County Cattle Herd

RAPID CITY - The South Dakota Animal Industry Board says some cases of a bovine venereal disease have been confirmed in a Dewey County cattle herd.

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Lack of Snow Cover Worries Some South Dakota Farmers

SIOUX FALLS - Some farmers and ranchers in South Dakota are concerned about the lack of snow-cover protection for their winter wheat.

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USDA – Red Meat Production Up In South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS - The U.S. Department of Agriculture says red meat production in South Dakota is up 11 percent compared to a year ago.

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Sale Sets Agricultural Land Price Record in Spink

ABERDEEN - Spink County has set a new agricultural land price record as two tracts of cropland near Mellette sold for $8,200 per acre.

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Historic Drought Cripples Ranches And Farms In American West
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South Dakota Farmers, Ranchers Dealing with Hay Shortage

YANKTON - South Dakota farmers and ranchers are searching for solutions to deal with the hay shortage.

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Sioux Falls Company Wants to Spread Hog Plant Waste in Fields

SIOUX FALLS - A Minnesota company is looking to spread up to 19,000 tons a year of byproduct from the John Morrell hog processing plant in Sioux Falls in farm fields around South Dakota.

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The USDA says South Dakota had fewer, but larger farms in 2012 than in 2011.
The USDA says South Dakota had fewer, but larger farms in 2012 than in 2011.

Fewer Farmers, Larger Farms

I'm guessing you've heard by now that South Dakota had fewer farms inĀ  2012 than in 2011, and the average farm size grew during that time...

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USDA Says Number of Farms in South Dakota Decreases

SIOUX FALLS - The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the number of farms in North Dakota and South Dakota decreased in 2012 but the average size of each farm increased.

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Cattle graze at sunset on drought-ravaged grassland
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Study Documents Conversion of Grassland to Crops

SIOUX FALLS - A new study documents a loss of 1.3 million acres of grassland over a five-year period in South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa.

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Delegates Pick President, VP of SD Farmers Union

WATERTOWN - Farmers from the Conde and Lake Preston areas have been elected to lead the South Dakota Farmers Union.

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