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Crowds Flock To Iowa State Fair For A Taste Of Agricultural Bounty

Farmers Get A Special Seminar At The State Fair

Thursday August 28th will be a full day

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Mount Vernon Hog Farm, Neighbors Battle Over Smell

Neighbors of a large hog farm in Davison County are complaining about the smell, but the company managing the facility says it has done everything it can to diminish the odor.

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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

Dakotas Producing Good-Size Soybean, Wheat Crops

Corn production is down slightly in the Dakotas, but the soybean crops are at record levels and wheat production has rebounded.

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Despite Wobbly Economy, Midwestern Farmers Enjoy High Yields And Profits

Corn Crop Looking Good

News in from The National Corn Growers Association

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South Dakota Trade Mission to Russia Might be Postponed

South Dakota's Agriculture Department is analyzing whether to postpone a trade mission to Russia that was scheduled for October.

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SIOUX EMPIRE FAIR

Sioux Empire Fair Opens

Friday marks the start of this year's Sioux Empire Fair

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$2M Brookings Technology Center Preparing to Open

Officials are preparing to open a $2 million technology center in Brookings in a few weeks.

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Sunflower Crop Progressing in North, South Dakota

The National Sunflower Association says South Dakota's blooms are above average, while North Dakota's are a little behind average.

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Grain Reserves In China Help To Stabilize Food Prices

Grain Storage Space a Problem in Parts of South Dakota

Rail congestion and large crops are leading to worries about grain storage space as South Dakota's harvest gets underway.

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NEA Grant to Help Freeman Design Arts, Agriculture Center

Sen. Tim Johnson says the National Endowment for the Arts is giving up to $150,000 to the city of Freeman to help the town design an arts and agricultural center.

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