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Deere & Co. John Deere Tractors Harvest Crops
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Dastardly Diesel Thieves Running Rampant in Minnehaha County

It’s a cautionary tale for equipment operators both on and off the farm.  

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Corn
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Farmers, Should You Dry Your Corn? Here’s A Way To Calculate

Grain prices are not creating much enthusiam

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Report Says South Dakota Corn Harvest Lagging

Recent warm, dry weather helped South Dakota crops mature, but the corn harvest is a bit behind normal.

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Crop Report For South Dakota Shows Corn Harvest Lagging

The corn harvest in the state is running behind the average. Soybeans are on track.

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Photo by Seth Lubbers
Photo by Seth Lubbers

Tractor Time Means Technology Time for Many Farmers

Seth is a sales representative for Results Radio and has evidently picked up some part time hours. His hours as you can tell have him going back and forth in the field.

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Wisconsin Lawmakers To Debate Bill That Would Cripple Wind Energy In State

Farm Programs Authorized

These programs are from the 2014 Farm Bill

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Farming
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Is South Dakota Too Reliant on Agriculture Production? Study Shows That Might be the Case.

A new study shows that the Dakotas get more of their gross state products from agriculture production and food manufacturing than any other states.

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Grain Harvest
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$19M Grain Facility Nearing Completion Near Emery

A $19 million grain facility being built in Emery is weeks behind schedule in part due to rain but is still expected to handle grain from the current harvest.

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Deere & Co. John Deere Tractors Harvest Crops
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Freeze Could End Growing Season for Immature Crops

A freeze could stop the growing season in the upper Midwest as far south as Nebraska and Iowa, leaving farmers in a difficult situation.

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Picture taken Oct. 7th, 2013 Southwest of Faith, SD of a 500 lb. calf who perished in the storm

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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