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FILE: Cattle, Livestock
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SDSU Extension: Producers Should Watch out for Pinkeye

The South Dakota State University Extension is recommending cattle producers to watch out for pinkeye, one of the most common and economically damaging cattle diseases.

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1,000-Year-Old Corn Cobs, Kernels Found at Mitchell Site

Archaeologists in southeastern South Dakota have uncovered corn cobs, corn kernels and sunflower kernels that are more than 1,000 years old.

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Downtown Sioux Falls
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Hundreds of Agricultural Agents to Gather in South Dakota

The National Association of County Agricultural Agents is hosting its annual meeting from Sunday through Thursday in Sioux Falls.

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South Dakota Crops after the Fourth of July

Corn crop maturity trailed behind the five year average but the crop condition held steady.

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Rainy Week Brings Moisture to South Dakota Crops, Pastures

Rain over the past week brought moisture to crops and pastures in many parts of South Dakota.

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FILE: Struggling Dairy Farmers
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Dakotas Dairy Farmers Can Enroll in Federal Price Program

Dairy farmers in the Dakotas can now enroll in a federal price protection program for coverage in 2016.

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Concerns over US Winter Wheat May Boost Low Crop Prices

Concerns about the quantity of the U.S. winter wheat crop and dry conditions in other wheat producing nations have sparked a recent run up in wheat prices.

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Keystone XL Pipeline Public Meeting Tonight – Here’s Is Another Chance to Voice Your Opinion

Today will be another opportunity to voice your opinion about the proposed oil pipeline that is slated to cut through South Dakota.

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Corn Crops
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Less Corn Is Being Planted

The corn acres fall again in America including here in South Dakota

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June Economic Report Affirms Slow Growth Ahead in Midwest

A report on a June survey underscores previous survey signs that slower economic growth likely is ahead for nine Midwestern and Plains states.

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