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Fresh Produce Delivery Company to Break Ground in South Dakota

A newly formed company that wants to expedite the delivery process of fresh produce will be breaking ground in Dell Rapids.

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Sheriff Investigating Damage to Hog Barn’s Concrete Floor

Law enforcement authorities in Douglas County are looking for the person who damaged the concrete floor of a hog barn that's under construction.

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South Dakota’s Fall Harvest Draws Closer to Completion

The USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service says fall harvest drew closer to completion on continued warm, dry weather.

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Hutterite Colony near Stratford Seeking to Expand Hog Farm

A Hutterite colony near Stratford is seeking to expand its hog farm.

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Federal Grant Helping Producers Form Local Food Hub

The USDA is giving SDSU Extension a two-year $100,000 federal grant to strengthen local food systems and revitalize rural economies and communities.

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Company Stands up for Hog Facility amid Complaints over Odor

A farming company is trying to set the record straight about the odor produced by a hog facility it manages in Davison County.

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Tank Explosion at Volga Soybean Plant Kills Brandon Man

A Brandon man is dead after an explosion at a soybean plant in Volga. The Brookings County Sheriff's Office says the blast happened Thursday afternoon.

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Sioux Falls Breaks Construction Record for Third Consecutive Year

In 2015 building permits reached nearly $620 million

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TransCanada Asks US to Suspend Pipeline Application

The company behind the controversial Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S Gulf Coast has asked the U.S. State Department to pause its review of the project.

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Farmer Corn Trade Lawsuits against Syngenta Reach 2,000

About 2,000 farmers, grain handlers and corn exporters have filed lawsuits against Swiss company Syngenta now that a judge has ruled their cases have merit.

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