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Farmer, Rancher Oversees Feeding of His Cattle in Nebraska
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$100 Million Available for Federal Conservation Program

South Dakota farmers, ranchers and forest landowners have a month to apply for part of $100 million that's available from the Conservation Stewardship Program.

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Keystone Oil Pipeline Protesters Demonstrate Outside Of Obama Fundraiser
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Yellowstone Oil Spills Fuel Arguments over Keystone Line

Oil pipeline accidents have become increasingly frequent in the U.S. as Congress pushes for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Cattle
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Cattle Numbers down in South Dakota

The latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show declines in specific areas.

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Sunflowers
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South Dakota Ranked Number One in Sunflower Production

The next time you open a bag of sunflower seeds, think of our South Dakota farmers. They are number one.

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Jet Bombers
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Enormous Bomber Training over South Dakota

If the FAA approves the proposal, it would become the largest training airspace over the continental United States.

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Milk
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What Is America’s Number One Beverage? It Does a Body Good!

Next time you need to satisfy your thirst, go for the drink most asked for in America. Order a glass of milk.

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Grain Harvest
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Crop Report for South Dakota

Last year's corn crop in South Dakota was down from the previous year, but soybean production set a record.

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Corn Rows During the Winter
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Iowa Paying Farmers To Leave Corn Standing in the Field

The program is intended to help cut down on the cost of plowing snow. Maybe South Dakota should look into doing something similar?

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Ice
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As Many as 100 Cattle Drown after Falling through the Ice on Reservoir

An estimated 100 cattle drowned when they fell through the ice on a reservoir that straddles the South Dakota-Nebraska border.

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Fonterra Open New Processing Plant

Antibodies from Cows, 200 Jobs for People as SAB Biotherapeutics Announces Expansion

Cows plus Sioux Falls Development Foundation investment funds plus a grant from the state equals 200 new jobs in biotechnology in the city.

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